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Stem cells from the body's fatty folds may preserve and improve kidney function

Stem cells from the body's fatty folds may preserve and improve kidney function | Regenerative Medicine Kidney | Scoop.it
A fatty fold of tissue within the abdomen that is a rich source of stem cells can help heal diseased kidneys when fused to the organs, according to a study ...
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Advanced Cell reports promising study results - Worcester Business Journal

Advanced Cell reports promising study results - Worcester Business Journal | Regenerative Medicine Kidney | Scoop.it
Advanced Cell reports promising study results Worcester Business Journal Advanced Cell's research found that animals treated for lupus with this type of stem cells survived and enjoyed increased kidney function, while most of the untreated animals...
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3D Printer Trumps Pig Parts for Kidney Replacements

3D Printer Trumps Pig Parts for Kidney Replacements | Regenerative Medicine Kidney | Scoop.it
3D printers may hold the key to successfully producing the first transplantable kidneys for humans. Before 3D bioprinting was widely available, researchers were using pig kidneys as scaffolds to hold human kidney cells.

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Advanced Cell reports promising study results - Worcester Business Journal

Advanced Cell reports promising study results - Worcester Business Journal | Regenerative Medicine Kidney | Scoop.it
Advanced Cell reports promising study results Worcester Business Journal Advanced Cell's research found that animals treated for lupus with this type of stem cells survived and enjoyed increased kidney function, while most of the untreated animals...
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New Mesenchymal Stem Cell Population from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells ... - Wall Street Journal

New Mesenchymal Stem Cell Population from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells ... - Wall Street Journal | Regenerative Medicine Kidney | Scoop.it
New Mesenchymal Stem Cell Population from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells ...
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