Cool stem cell papers: antibody reprogramming, organoids, gravity, & more

gut organoid
Gut organoid, picture from JAMA
gut organoid
Gut organoid, picture from JAMA

The past few weeks have brought some exciting, thought-provoking stem cell papers and developments in the regenerative medicine field.

Here’s a list of stem cell papers in the media that struck me as particularly cool along with some other developments in the field.

Human Stem Cells Fight Parkinson’s Disease in Monkeys

Organoids Reveal Clues to Gut-Brain Communication (see image)

Stimulation of 3D osteogenesis by mesenchymal stem cells using a nanovibrational bioreactor

Health Canada investigates Canadian stem cell clinics

Stem cells: Japan’s scientific ‘moonshot’ – Financial Times

UCLA Launches First-of-Its-Kind Stem Cell Trial to Combat Cancer

Antibody-created stem cells may have superior properties

Researchers Turn Skin Cells into Motor Neurons Without Using Stem Cells

California Stem Cell Report has several recent pieces on the future of CIRM

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