July 14, 2020

The Niche

Knoepfler lab stem cell blog

Month: December 2014

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One of my goals is promoting evidence-based medicine and science-based medicine that is in the best interest of the community including patients. Below is a list of recommended reading for you including mostly blogs, but also other resources that should be on your regular must-read list. Some are stem cell-focused, while most are broader. California Stem Cell Report Cell Therapy Blog CIRM Research Blog DrugMonkey Blog EuroStemCell Blog Health in the Global Village Isis the Scientist Life as an Extreme Sport Respectful Insolence RetractionWatch …Read More

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The Japanese research institute RIKEN has come full circle in a way on the STAP cell scandal. Note that the STAP papers included not only authors from RIKEN, but also from Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. With its final report released today (also a powerpoint of images were released including the one showing a figure posted here of reportedly made up data published in a STAP paper), RIKEN seems to now have handled this complicated mess in a relatively rigorous, scientific manner that …Read More

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A lot has happened in 2014 in the stem cell and regenerative medicine field and so much of it has been good news. These positive developments are often the result of many years of creative, hard work by amazing teams of researchers. Here is my top 10 list of these exciting advances. 1. First IPSC study in humans by team led by Masayo Takahashi. 2. and 3. Major Diabetes advances: ViaCyte starts stem cell-based clinical trial for Diabetes and multiple teams of researchers make human …Read More