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Key protein controls stem cell properties that could make them useful in regenerative medicine

Key protein controls stem cell properties that could make them useful in regenerative medicine

RUCDR Infinite Biologics awarded $6 million grant from NINDS

RUCDR Infinite Biologics awarded $6 million grant from NINDS

US and German researchers team up to advance quality control of human stem cells

US and German researchers team up to advance quality control of human stem cells

Super-resolution microscopes reveal the link between genome packaging and cell pluripotency

Super-resolution microscopes reveal the link between genome packaging and cell pluripotency

New single-cell genetic profiling techniques help uncover variation in pluripotent stem cells

New single-cell genetic profiling techniques help uncover variation in pluripotent stem cells

Human stem cells made from adult donor cells remember their origin, say McMaster scientists

Human stem cells made from adult donor cells remember their origin, say McMaster scientists

UCSD researchers describe surprising role of protein in embryonic development

UCSD researchers describe surprising role of protein in embryonic development

NIH presents 2014 New Innovator Award to Penn Medicine researcher

NIH presents 2014 New Innovator Award to Penn Medicine researcher

NYSCF names six promising scientists as 2014 NYSCF – Robertson Investigators

NYSCF names six promising scientists as 2014 NYSCF – Robertson Investigators

Human stem cells can be reset to their native undifferentiated state

Human stem cells can be reset to their native undifferentiated state

Schizophrenia-linked genetic variations and the developing brain: an interview with Prof. Guo-li Ming

Schizophrenia-linked genetic variations and the developing brain: an interview with Prof. Guo-li Ming

New stem-cell discovery may lead to more streamlined process for tissue regeneration

New stem-cell discovery may lead to more streamlined process for tissue regeneration

Scientists discover new pathway to manipulate, maintain human ESCs in a "na-ve"

Scientists discover new pathway to manipulate, maintain human ESCs in a "na-ve"

NANOG gene linked to tumours derived from stratified epithelia

NANOG gene linked to tumours derived from stratified epithelia

Rice University scientists apply new theory to learn how and why cells differentiate

Rice University scientists apply new theory to learn how and why cells differentiate

Stem cell production becomes much easier with polymer-based 3D culture system

Stem cell production becomes much easier with polymer-based 3D culture system

Penn Medicine to host symposium on regenerative medicine

Penn Medicine to host symposium on regenerative medicine

Proteins that regulate energy metabolism are essential for stem cell formation

Proteins that regulate energy metabolism are essential for stem cell formation

Researchers create new line of human embryonic stem cells

Researchers create new line of human embryonic stem cells

Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition beneficial to cardiac regeneration

Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition beneficial to cardiac regeneration