Enjoy! A Sunday brunch for the brain of science news, helpful links, and notable new papers including on stem cells.
News and links
CBER Director Focuses on Flexibility to Advance Regenerative Medicines
Lab-Grown Blood Stem Cells Produced at Last
Transplanted stem cells become eggs in sterile mice
Maryland fund awards $8.5 million for stem cell research
Positively good news from Asterias for CIRM-funded stem cell clinical trial for spinal cord injury
Sergio Canavero: Will His Head Transplants Roll?
Century-old tumours offer rare cancer clues
Identification of hair shaft progenitors that create a niche for hair pigmentation (see Figure 2D above)
Tip110 Deletion Impaired Embryonic and Stem Cell Development Involving Downregulation of Stem Cell Factors Nanog, Oct4, and Sox2
Modeling Psychomotor Retardation using ipscs from MCT8-Deficient Patients Indicates a Prominent Role for the Blood-Brain Barrier
Elevated FOXG1 and SOX2 in glioblastoma enforces neural stem cell identity through transcriptional control of cell cycle and epigenetic regulators
Prc2 facilitates the regulatory topology required for poised enhancer function during pluripotent stem cell differentiation
1 thought on “Stem cells Sunday brunch of good news, fun links, & cool papers”
I’m victim of old roll-over car accident. Needing much skeletal muscle work to correct problem. Hoping skeletal stem cells available soon
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