Edition: United Kingdom  
One News Page
“Probably the fastest-access news portal in the world”
"Stem Cells" News  |<  Page 1  >> 
0
shares
Share on
Facebook
Share on
Twitter
Post on 
Reddit
Share by
Email
 

Bone Therapeutics SA : Strengthens Board with the appointments of Steve Swinson and Damian Marron as Non-Executive Directors

** Bone Therapeutics strengthens Board with the appointments of Steve Swinson and Damian Marron as Non-Executive Directors ** * Senior executives with international experience in orthopaedics and..
GlobeNewswire

Scientists close to creating blood cells patient's skin

scientists close to creating blood cells patient's skin
Research led by experts from Boston Children's Hospital has for the first time used 'pluripotent' stem cells to manufacture a broad range of human blood cells.
MailOnline

Videos for "Stem Cells"

News video: Survivor of acute lymphoblastic leukemia meets woman who's stem cells saved her life

Survivor of acute lymphoblastic leukemia meets woman who's stem cells saved her life 05:24


Source: NYDN (New York Daily News) -

News video: Stem Cells Are Created in Lab

Stem Cells Are Created in Lab 01:12

A new step forward for science. A group of scientist have discovered how to recreate stem cells.
Source: FYINews -

News video: Scientists Produce Blood Stem Cells After 20-Year Effort

Scientists Produce Blood Stem Cells After 20-Year Effort 00:50

Two research teams each found a way to create blood stem cells that can be programmed to match patients' blood types.
Source: Newsy Studio -

News video: Transplanted Stem Cells become Eggs in Sterile Mice

Transplanted Stem Cells become Eggs in Sterile Mice 00:37

With an assist, an old mouse might be able to make new eggs. Sterilized female mice produced healthy babies after receiving a transplant of egg-generating stem cells from another mouse, researchers..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Scientists create blood stem cells in the lab for the first time

Scientists create blood stem cells in the lab for the first time 01:00

Two research teams have managed to create blood stem cells in the lab, with each using different techniques. Both papers detailing these efforts were published in the journal Nature.
Source: Reuters - Next Media -

 

Limitless blood supplies are 'tantalisingly close' to becoming reality, reveal scientists

Researchers turn adult cells into stem cells that can then create any kind of blood cell, including immune system ones
Independent

Is this the end of blood donation?Scientists close to unlimited supply from stem cells


Telegraph.co.uk

Prosthetic ovary created in breakthrough that could lead to 'holy grail of bioengineering'

Technique could be used to build other organs using stem cells as an alternative to transplants
Independent

Stem cells from our own bodies could cure MS and diabetes

stem cells from our own bodies could cure ms and diabetes
Zoe Derrick travelled to Mexico to have stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis. Steve Storey, from Sheffield, was paralysed with MS but competed in a swimming race after therapy.
MailOnline

Dodgy doctor tried to get permisssion to perform surgery

dodgy doctor tried to get permisssion to perform surgery
David Waghorn (pictured) wanted to convince the public he had a cancer cure and planned to transplant stem cells from his wife to her adoptive brother.
MailOnline

Stem cells plus scaffold may spur repair of torn tendons

(Reuters Health) – - A combination of advanced scaffold material and so-called adult stem cells improves the healing of rotator cuff tendon tears over surgery alone, a study in rats suggests.
Reuters

Umbilical cord cells tame disease killed Elena Baltacha

umbilical cord cells tame disease killed elena baltacha
Stem cells harvested from umbilical-cord blood are to be used in a new treatment for the liver disease primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) that claimed the life of tennis star Elena Baltacha.
MailOnline

Artificial blood breakthrough using immortal stem cells

artificial blood breakthrough using immortal stem cells
Researchers from the University of Bristol used early-stage stem cells to 'grow' unlimited blood in the lab. Artificial supplies could be used to help patients who have rare blood types.
MailOnline

Patients left blind after paying for experimental stem cell treatment

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Researchers are warning consumers to be wary of doctors who claim to be able to cure illness using stem cells after three women, at least two who thought they were enrolling..
Reuters

Racehorse repair you can bet on to fix an Achilles tear

racehorse repair you can bet on to fix an achilles tear
The medical innovation was pioneered by specialists at the Royal Veterinary College in Liverpool and involves stem cells being taken from the bone marrow and reinjected into the tendon.
MailOnline

How going to Mars could give you LEUKAEMIA

how going to mars could give you leukaemia
In the study on mice transplanted with human stem cells conducted at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, this directly caused blood cancer in the rodents in two ways.
MailOnline

An artificial mouse embryo has been created from stem cells


TechRadar

Cambridge breakthrough for stem cell science

Friday 3 March, 2017Cambridge Company Cell Guidance Systems announced today that it has licensed a new technology, developed by researchers at Cambridge University, which for the first time makes it..
Pressat

Artificial 'embryos' created in the lab

artificial 'embryos' created in the lab
Stem cells have been used to create a structure closely resembling a natural mouse embryo.
BBC News

You Might Like


 |<  Page 1  >> 
Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2017 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.  |  About us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Privacy Policy  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  Help  |  Contact us  |  DMCA / Content Removal
How are we doing? Send us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter   FIND us on Google+