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Pluristem stem cell trial to treat muscle injury meets main goal | Reuters

Pluristem stem cell trial to treat muscle injury meets main goal | Reuters | Neuromics | Scoop.it

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Jacob Blumenthal's curator insight, January 22, 2014 2:24 PM

Pluristem had announced that their placenta-derived stem cell product showed promising results in a clinical trial for the treatment of muscle injury.

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Pluristem stem cell trial to treat muscle injury meets main goal | Reuters

Pluristem stem cell trial to treat muscle injury meets main goal | Reuters | Neuromics | Scoop.it

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Jacob Blumenthal's curator insight, January 22, 2014 2:24 PM

Pluristem had announced that their placenta-derived stem cell product showed promising results in a clinical trial for the treatment of muscle injury.

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RayBio® C-Series Apoptosis Antibody Array Kits

RayBio® C-Series Apoptosis Antibody Array Kits | Neuromics | Scoop.it
Designed for detecting 43 proteins involved in apoptosis at once!
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The RayBio® Membrane-Based Antibody Arrays (C-Series) are tools for screening and comparing expression levels of many cytokines, growth factors, proteases, soluble receptors, and other proteins in a wide variety of sample types.

Applications include: Multiplexed Protein Detection; Detection of Relative Protein Expression; Detecting Patterns of Cytokine Expression; Biomarker/ Key Factor Screening; Identifying Key Factors; Confirming a Biological Process; Detecting Nephrotoxicity



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Calimmune Initiates HIV Stem Cell Study at Two California Research Sites - Fort Mills Times

Calimmune Initiates HIV Stem Cell Study at Two California Research Sites Fort Mills Times In the study, 12 HIV-positive participants will be infused with their own T cells and stem cells (hematopoietic stem cells, HSC), which have been modified to...

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Important insight from stem cell expert Lee Buckler

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Calimmune initiates a gene-modified t-cell and stem cell trial for HIV

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Identification of perivascular mesenchymal stromal/stem cells by flow cytometry - Corselli - 2013 - Cytometry Part A - Wiley Online Library

Identification of perivascular mesenchymal stromal/stem cells by flow cytometry - Corselli - 2013 - Cytometry Part A - Wiley Online Library | Neuromics | Scoop.it
RT @stemcellassays: Protocols: Identification of perivascular mesenchymal stromal/stem cells by flow cytometry http://t.co/cxgAgjlbrz

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methods for separaring mscs

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Skin engineering - an interview with Prof. Howard Green

Skin engineering - an interview with Prof. Howard Green | Neuromics | Scoop.it
Professor Howard Green stumbled across a skin transplant technique that involved growing keratinocytes into full skin layers, making him a pioneer in regenerative medicine.

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Jacob Blumenthal's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:07 AM

This is an interview with prof. Howard Green, a regenartive medicine pioneer. During the 70's and early 80's, he and his graduate student James Rheinwald discovered a technique to co-culture fibroblasts and keratinocytes. The results - a thin layer of skin-like tissue that can be transplanted to replace damaged skin tissue. Only later onthey discovered that the keratinocytes included a sub-population of adult stem cells.The presence of stem cells explains why the grafts, transplanted as thin sheets mainly made up of the skin’s upper layer, the epidermis, continue to grow and thicken, adding a deeper layer, the dermis, over ensuing months.

A great story, truely inspiring!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eo7vSI4LiIs

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StemCells Inc launches stem cell project for the treatment of Alzheimer's Disease | Stem Cells Freak

StemCells Inc launches stem cell project for the treatment of Alzheimer's Disease | Stem Cells Freak | Neuromics | Scoop.it

StemCells, Inc announced today that it has formally launched its Alzheimer's disease program, which is being supported by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine.


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Researchers Take More Nuanced Approach To Making Stem Cells - RedOrbit

Researchers Take More Nuanced Approach To Making Stem Cells - RedOrbit | Neuromics | Scoop.it
RedOrbit Researchers Take More Nuanced Approach To Making Stem Cells RedOrbit Stem cell studies are producing some of the most promising research results for replacing or regenerating damaged tissue, and a new study from a team of Spanish and...
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Young Girl Given Bioengineered Windpipe Dies - New York Times

Young Girl Given Bioengineered Windpipe Dies - New York Times | Neuromics | Scoop.it
Young Girl Given Bioengineered Windpipe Dies
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The goal of regenerative medicine, or tissue engineering, is to create or regrow tissues and organs to ease transplant shortages or treat conditions that do not have an effective cure.

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More new from the world of regenerative medicine...so close; yet so far.

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Jacob Blumenthal's curator insight, July 8, 2013 2:25 AM

The bioengineered windpipe operation  had also involved surgery on the girl’s esophagus, which never healed properly. She underwent another operation a month ago to correct the problem and unfortunately, died from complications arising from the second operation.