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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.
Groundbreaking atlas maps over 80 blood stem cell types

Groundbreaking atlas maps over 80 blood stem cell types

Study reveals protective role of C3 protein in insulin-producing cells

Study reveals protective role of C3 protein in insulin-producing cells

Aging affects regulatory T cells' ability to promote myelin regeneration

Aging affects regulatory T cells' ability to promote myelin regeneration

Discovery could revolutionize stem cell-based brain repair therapy for Parkinson's disease

Discovery could revolutionize stem cell-based brain repair therapy for Parkinson's disease

Study reveals the inner workings of gene mutations linked to ultra-rare syndrome

Study reveals the inner workings of gene mutations linked to ultra-rare syndrome

ADSC-Exos enhance healing process of diabetic wounds, study finds

ADSC-Exos enhance healing process of diabetic wounds, study finds

Unraveling the complexities of muscle repair in diabetes: A call for targeted research and therapies

Unraveling the complexities of muscle repair in diabetes: A call for targeted research and therapies

Study unlocks the mystery of neonatal neutropenia in newborns

Study unlocks the mystery of neonatal neutropenia in newborns

Mapping the heart's cellular blueprint: New insights into cardiac structure and disease repair

Mapping the heart's cellular blueprint: New insights into cardiac structure and disease repair

Study analyzes effects of burn injury on the gut microbiota and mucus barrier in mice

Study analyzes effects of burn injury on the gut microbiota and mucus barrier in mice

Researchers pioneer a novel approach to enhance diabetic wound healing

Researchers pioneer a novel approach to enhance diabetic wound healing

Researchers identify T-cell subsets as effective therapeutic target for preventing transplant rejection

Researchers identify T-cell subsets as effective therapeutic target for preventing transplant rejection

Innovative nanoparticle therapy enhances recovery in severe burn patients

Innovative nanoparticle therapy enhances recovery in severe burn patients

Novel tool to predict a person's risk for cardiovascular complications after bone marrow transplant

Novel tool to predict a person's risk for cardiovascular complications after bone marrow transplant

Scientists transform skin cells into functional eggs in mice

Scientists transform skin cells into functional eggs in mice

Zika virus live-attenuated vaccine strains show promise in brain cancer treatment

Zika virus live-attenuated vaccine strains show promise in brain cancer treatment

Man takes 217 COVID vaccines with no ill effects, shows immune boost

Man takes 217 COVID vaccines with no ill effects, shows immune boost

Breakthrough in CRISPR delivery promises safer gene editing

Breakthrough in CRISPR delivery promises safer gene editing

Adipose-derived stem cell exosomes play protective roles in mitigating myocardial injury

Adipose-derived stem cell exosomes play protective roles in mitigating myocardial injury

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