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Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. In addition, in many tissues they serve as a sort of internal repair system, dividing essentially without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential either to remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell.
Researchers create novel model that reveals cellular, molecular events driving leukemia progression

Researchers create novel model that reveals cellular, molecular events driving leukemia progression

UT Southwestern scientists unravel role of PARP enzymes in major cellular activities

UT Southwestern scientists unravel role of PARP enzymes in major cellular activities

Gene therapy treats myotubular myopathy in dogs

Gene therapy treats myotubular myopathy in dogs

Optegra Eye Health Care’s flagship Central London hospital celebrates first anniversary

Optegra Eye Health Care’s flagship Central London hospital celebrates first anniversary

Newly discovered breast stem cells wake up when exposed to ovarian hormones

Newly discovered breast stem cells wake up when exposed to ovarian hormones

Researchers identify link between neuronal proteins and frontotemporal lobar degeneration

Researchers identify link between neuronal proteins and frontotemporal lobar degeneration

Genetic profiling of blood cells can predict response to stem cell transplant for patients with MDS

Genetic profiling of blood cells can predict response to stem cell transplant for patients with MDS

Study suggests new ways to treat neurological symptoms linked to tuberous sclerosis complex

Study suggests new ways to treat neurological symptoms linked to tuberous sclerosis complex

Neuroscience range by Amsbio covers a variety of tools to help neuroscience research

Neuroscience range by Amsbio covers a variety of tools to help neuroscience research

AMSBIO publishes new catalogue that details cutting edge tools for neuroscience research

AMSBIO publishes new catalogue that details cutting edge tools for neuroscience research

Study suggests that iPSCs do not develop more mutations than subcloned cells

Study suggests that iPSCs do not develop more mutations than subcloned cells

New study uncovers important links between glioblastoma and epileptic seizures

New study uncovers important links between glioblastoma and epileptic seizures

Scientists use brain organoids to identify root causes of Miller-Dieker syndrome

Scientists use brain organoids to identify root causes of Miller-Dieker syndrome

Could we really reverse aging to prolong life?

Could we really reverse aging to prolong life?

Cancer drug could promote regeneration of damaged heart muscle, research shows

Cancer drug could promote regeneration of damaged heart muscle, research shows

UW-Madison scientists discover bone marrow proteins that regulate bone-building cells

UW-Madison scientists discover bone marrow proteins that regulate bone-building cells

UNC-Chapel Hill researchers show how human stem cells can hunt and kill brain cancer

UNC-Chapel Hill researchers show how human stem cells can hunt and kill brain cancer

Study reveals how white blood cells get pushy to rapidly reach areas of infection

Study reveals how white blood cells get pushy to rapidly reach areas of infection

TSRI study offers first look at early stages of brain development in patients with Fragile X syndrome

TSRI study offers first look at early stages of brain development in patients with Fragile X syndrome

First stem cell study could lead to development of therapy to reduce inflammation caused by CF

First stem cell study could lead to development of therapy to reduce inflammation caused by CF