January 2009


Americas& Embryonic Stem Cell& News30 Jan 2009 06:00 pm

Nanotube-stem cells combo helps accelerate bone growth

WASHINGTON - Scientists have found a way of accelerating bone growth through nanotubes and stem cells, potentially leading to quicker and better recovery from orthopaedic surgery.

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New study& Stem Cell29 Jan 2009 07:54 am

Stem cell like functions identified in ordinary plant cells, says biologists

Biologists at  New York University’s Center for Genomics and Systems Biology and Utrecht University in the Netherlands have confirmed that ordinary cell also have  some abilities of stem cells which help to replace lost organs in plants. The findings was published in the latest issue of the journal Nature.

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Advocacy& Embryonic Stem Cell& Stem Cell29 Jan 2009 06:06 am

Embryonic stem cell lines needs stricter ethical protection ? Experts view

Though the bans on embryonic stem cell research are still on, but according to experts there are reasons to believe that there will be some executive order in the near future to reverse the Bush doctrine, the ban on federal funding for research on embryonic stem-cell lines produced after August 9, 2001.

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Embryonic Stem Cell& Europe& News& Spinal Cord Injury28 Jan 2009 06:00 pm

Stem cells can reverse spinal cord injuries in animals

LONDON - Stem cells from spinal cord lining, transplanted into animals with spinal injury, regenerated 10 times faster in recipients than similar cells derived from healthy control animals.

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Embryonic Stem Cell& New study& Stem Cell27 Jan 2009 07:29 am

Embryonic stem cell moved on successfully with Bio- electrospraying test

Bio- electrospraying is a promising new technique for regenerative and therapeutic medicine. it is a newly discovered direct electric field driven cell engineering process, has been demonstrated to have no harmful effects on treated cells at a molecular level.

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Adult Stem Cell& Embryonic Stem Cell& New study& Stem Cell27 Jan 2009 07:22 am

Researcher reprogrammed stem cell to help fight infertility

Recent breakthrough enabling scientists of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to “reprogram” adult stem cell taken from human skin cells into cells that behave like embryonic stem cells.

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Embryonic Stem Cell& New study& Spinal Cord Injury& Stem Cell23 Jan 2009 09:32 am

Embryonic Stem Cell trial for spinal cord injury approved by US: For the first time ever

Nations first ever human trial on embryonic stem cell research aimed for spinal cord injury patients, which was awaiting for FDA approval, at last get the green signal.

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Brain Disease& Embryonic Stem Cell& New study22 Jan 2009 02:01 am

World first Embryonic stem cell trial for stroke patients approved by UK

After failed to achieve the approval of  US Food and Drug Administration, ReNeuron get UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) approval of clinical trial of its stroke patients. Scotland will be the first place in the world to witness embryonic stem cell treatment of a dozen patients suffering from stroke.

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Adult Stem Cell& Stem Cell20 Jan 2009 09:25 am

Stem cell treatment raise hope for corneal blindness

The researchers from the UK Stem Cell Foundation and Scottish Enterprise, in partnership with the Chief Scientist Office, is all set to begin world first ever human trials this month using adult stem cells,  that could potentially restore vision to patients with corneal and other blindness.

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AIDS& Adult Stem Cell& New study& Stem Cell19 Jan 2009 04:13 am

Stem cell therapy promises to protect the immune system from HIV

While fighting against AIDS scientists have achieved a major breakthrough, they have able to design a new stem cell treatment that will hopefully protect the immune system from HIV.

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