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Weekly reads: Stem cells for vision loss & recommended pubs

stem cells for vision loss ribeiro et al

I’m going to start off today’s recommended reads post with some stem cells for vision developments. I had some fun the last 2 weeks as people sent in their entries for our $100 stem cell picture contest. I’ll announce the winner this week. It’s going to be hard to choose given the great entries. Stem …

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Weekly reads & stem cell news: New York axes NYSTEM, fetal tissue rules reversed, pubs & more

stem cell book

It’s been a week with a wide variety of regenerative medicine papers and stem cell news. Here’s my earlier take from a few days ago on the Belmonte-led human-monkey chimeric embryo paper in Cell that broke this week. A few days ago I also put up a new video on our Stem Cell YouTube Channel …

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Autologous stem cell transplant vs allogeneic: all you need to know

autologous vs allogeneic

There are many ways to classify different stem cells including yours versus someone else’s cells, or in a clinical sense what we call an allogeneic versus autologous stem cell transplant. This post is focused on the difference between allogeneic (someone else’s cells) and autologous (your own) stem cell injections. As a stem cell biologist I …

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What are embryonic stem cells & where do they come from?

Knoepfler lab stem cells

What are embryonic stem cells and how are they obtained? My lab has been doing research on embryonic stem cells for more than 14 years. You’ve come to the right place for expert answers on these very intriguing cells. What’s in this article Where do embryonic stem cells come from? | SCNT or cloning stem cells …

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Weekly stem cell research reads: BAF, Polycomb, Fertility, More

jonathan hoggatt, Moderna, stem cell research

What might be most surprising about this week’s recommended stem cell research reads is there’s nothing about COVID-19 in here. There are, however, some really great papers. And we can expect more developments on the cellular medicine for COVID-19 front coming soon. Before I jump into the reads, if you haven’t already check out our …

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Recommended reads: stem cells on the brain, heart, COVID

ascl1 brain stem cells harris et al cell stem cell 2021 fig. 6

There are weeks when it seems like papers on stem cells keep popping up. It can be a challenge to keep up with reading all the papers you want to read. Other times it is cell biology news that keeps breaking. The big news of the past week or so was unfortunately the concerning development …

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Hub of Regenerative Medicine & Stem Cell Meetings 2021

stem cell meetings 2021

Science must go on and so must stem cell meetings 2021 with all those great conferences out there, but this year it’s going to be different, right? Every year I put up a continually-updated list of stem cell meetings and conferences. I’ve got my 2021 even if most of what’s out there is going to …

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Recommended reads: MSCs, vision, endothelial cells, more

wang et al 2020 science advances

What a year 2020 was, but there was still plenty of great science, which continues now in 2021 including published research like today’s recommended pieces and there’s one thread on MSCs today. The Niche new look, more features, and a Medical Advisory Board for 2021 Before we get to the recommended reads, note that 2021 …

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