This finding could have a great impact on the study of paediatric tumours, as it could already constitute one of the factors that produces their growth.
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In a Phase I clinical trial, heart failure patients treated with patches made from their muscle cells showed improved exercise capacity and heart function after one year. Stem cell patch-based therapy may be a viable heart failure therapy and should be validated in larger clinical trials, researchers conclude.
31 October 2016 | By Niamh Louise Marriott, Digital Content Producer
"In our preclinical assessments of stem cell-derived dopamine neurons we noticed that the outcome in animal models varied dramatically, even though...