Cord Blood Banking
31 Oct 2008 06:57 am
In the latest announcement done by Aldagen, Inc., the company revealed about a new drug designation that Food and Drug Administration has offered to improve the outcome of metabolic diseases undergoing Umbilical Cord blood transplantation. The announcement was made on 30th of October, 2008 by the company officials.
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Human embryonic stem cells are known for their ability to turn into most cell types of the body. Although many types of human cells have been tested as feeder layers for hESC cells, they do not support the hESC culture as well as the mouse cells.
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Embryonic Stem Cell
31 Oct 2008 03:39 am
The governing body of University College Cork, UCC after a long 45 minute debate on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 allows the use of embryonic stem cell for research purpose on its campus.
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It seems the opponents of stem cell research are up against the Proposal 2, the Nov. 4 ballot initiative. Even they are likely to set new standards for shameless fear-mongering.And they’re doing it with the blessing of the Michigan Catholic Conference, which has poured more than $4 million into the anti-Prop 2 campaign.
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Adult Stem Cell& Heart
31 Oct 2008 03:11 am
A Britain stem cell clinical trial has raised hope for those heart patients. The study finds that a heart patient could dramatically improve survival and quality of life, if the stem cell from his own heart can be delivered into his heart.
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29 Oct 2008 06:13 am
An important research, conducted by Geron scientists and collaborators at the University of Alberta, and been published online in advance of print in Cell Proliferation reveals about a successful engraftment of human embryonic stem cell (hESC) into pancreatic islet-like clusters (ILCs) in a diabetic mice.
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Adult Stem Cell& Heart
29 Oct 2008 01:44 am
Twin Cities has became another name of hope for some heart patients. Their last hope lies in the adult stem cell experiment in the Minneapolis Heart Institute.
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Australia is likely to start embryonic stem cell research. State Parliament will today begin debating a bill to allow embryonic stem cell research.
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Stem cell research is likely to have a major boost within next few days.The Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building is likely will begin construction Oct. 27 at Stanford with a groundbreaking ceremony. it will be the world’s largest stem cell research building. The building will cost $200 million to construct.The research will include embryonic and adult stem cells.
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