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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 develop novel method to 'grow your own' donor skin

Researchers develop novel method to 'grow your own' donor skin

Researchers overturn the prevailing theory for colorectal tumor initiation

Researchers overturn the prevailing theory for colorectal tumor initiation

Understanding genetic mosaicism in human cells

Understanding genetic mosaicism in human cells

Heart failure triggers multimorbidity by altering stem cells, study reveals

Heart failure triggers multimorbidity by altering stem cells, study reveals

New stem cell transplant approach may expand donor pool for high-risk blood cancer patients

New stem cell transplant approach may expand donor pool for high-risk blood cancer patients

Novel catalog of gene-isoform variation unveiled in the developing human brain

Novel catalog of gene-isoform variation unveiled in the developing human brain

Study demonstrates causal link between microbial factors and dysfunction of ISCs in colitis

Study demonstrates causal link between microbial factors and dysfunction of ISCs in colitis

Does prenatal DHA supplementation increase infant fat mass?

Does prenatal DHA supplementation increase infant fat mass?

Groundbreaking study advances human in vitro gametogenesis for infertility treatment

Groundbreaking study advances human in vitro gametogenesis for infertility treatment

Researchers design new regenerative medicine therapy to accelerate diabetic wound repair

Researchers design new regenerative medicine therapy to accelerate diabetic wound repair

World's first human mini-brain with a fully functional blood-brain barrier developed

World's first human mini-brain with a fully functional blood-brain barrier developed

Study identifies PI3K-beta as key target in overcoming chemotherapy resistance in glioblastoma

Study identifies PI3K-beta as key target in overcoming chemotherapy resistance in glioblastoma

Intracellular protein delivery with HyNT stamp system: A leap forward in cancer therapy

Intracellular protein delivery with HyNT stamp system: A leap forward in cancer therapy

Mechanistic insights into the role of huc-mscs in treating acute liver failure

Mechanistic insights into the role of huc-mscs in treating acute liver failure

New study uncovers 17 genes driving clonal hematopoiesis and links to aging and disease

New study uncovers 17 genes driving clonal hematopoiesis and links to aging and disease

New study finds Sfrp1 as a potential therapeutic target in cancer treatment

New study finds Sfrp1 as a potential therapeutic target in cancer treatment

Scientists discover new insight into the genetic pathway of neuroblastoma

Scientists discover new insight into the genetic pathway of neuroblastoma

Study uncovers unique platelet population linked to aging and blood clotting diseases

Study uncovers unique platelet population linked to aging and blood clotting diseases

New study reveals brain clearance of toxins is reduced during sleep and anesthesia

New study reveals brain clearance of toxins is reduced during sleep and anesthesia

New study identifies 17 genes driving clonal hematopoiesis in aging blood cells

New study identifies 17 genes driving clonal hematopoiesis in aging blood cells

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