July 2008


Embryonic Stem Cell& Heart& Parkinson's Disease& Stem Cell31 Jul 2008 10:54 am

Stem cell University of Manchester received fund worth €467000

Stem_CellsStem cell University of Manchester (UK) has received fund worth €467000, which will help them to research on different types of sugar in our body and how these sugar types influence cell behavior.

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Adult Stem Cell& Stem Cell30 Jul 2008 10:35 am

California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) May Abandon Stem Cell Lines

According to a report published by the Center for American Progress in the The Chronicle story, the expert panels at the Stanford and Johns Hopkins University, and the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) have decided to halt the research on the five contested lines.

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Adult Stem Cell& Advocacy& Stem Cell30 Jul 2008 09:26 am

Stem Cell Therapeutics Corp To Present Phase I Intra-Muscular hCG Dose Study

Stem Cell Therapeutics Corp has today announced that it will present the results of the Phase I open labeled, uncontrolled pharmacokinetic study of a single intra-muscular hCG dose in healthy male volunteers at the IXth World Conference on Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics.

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Adult Stem Cell& Cancer& Embryonic Stem Cell& Leukemia& Parkinson's Disease& Stem Cell29 Jul 2008 07:12 am

Stem Cell Tourism : Is The World Ready?

In an attempt to facilitate the stem cell research and treatment, the scientists of the International Society for Stem Cell Research at a meeting last week have decided to compose a set of guidelines.

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Adult Stem Cell& Advocacy& Heart& Stem Cell29 Jul 2008 07:05 am

Stem Cell Research Promises New Hope In Medical Science

Man has always been looking for a disease free life, a life that is free from any suffering and disease. In his never ending search for the desired life, he discovered many medicines and treatments. Stem cell can be termed as the latest result of that human quest.

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Adult Stem Cell& Alzheimer's Disease& Cord Blood Banking& Spinal Cord Injury28 Jul 2008 06:19 am

25 Year Old American Patient To Go To China For Stem Cell Treatment

Dream can be defined as the prime motivation in life of a human being. This is the same dream that can take one from rages to riches or from failure to super success. But this time we find that dream has inspired someone to stand on her own feet and leave the wheelchair for ever. Lets share her story.

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Adult Stem Cell& Spinal Cord Injury& Stem Cell26 Jul 2008 10:39 pm

Non Surgical Stem Cell Treatment For Spinal Cord Injury

In a major step in the stem cell study, the Swedish researchers have identified that the spinal cord may contain the stem cell that can be used to a new, non-surgical treatment for debilitating spinal-cord injuries. In a developing embryo, stem cells differentiate into all the specialized tissues of the body.

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Adult Stem Cell& Stem Cell26 Jul 2008 10:27 pm

Epistem To Go For Collabaration With USA Based Company Humanetics Corporation

The UK biotechnology and contract research Stem cell company “Epistem” announced today that it has been selected by Humanetics Corporation of Minnesota, USA, to provide specialized preclinical efficacy testing services for agents likely to protect the intestinal epithelium from subsequent radiation damage.

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Adult Stem Cell& Embryonic Stem Cell& Stem Cell26 Jul 2008 09:59 pm

Indian Church Supports The Govt Decision To Set Up Stem Cell Unit

In what can be called a lesson to the ever going war between the catholic church and stem cell research in the west, an Indian catholic church has supported the Govt attempt to establish stem cell unit in Bangalore. This 203.10 crore project will come up at the Christian Medical College.

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Cancer& Diabetes& Obesity& Stem Cell26 Jul 2008 09:53 pm

GlaxoSmithKline To Donate $25 Million To The Harvard Stem Cell Institute

In the biggest investment by the pharmaceutical industry, the British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline has agreed to donate a fund of $25 million at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute in Cambridge.

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