Umbilical cord blood is a source of stem cells that can be used to treat different diseases. A new research believes that they have found a connection between cord blood and improved memory.
The procedure can prevent the sickness from happening for years but the treatment is both unpleasant and dangerous.
Researchers found the potential use of human fat cells in anti-aging treatments.
A recent study reveals that it is possible to grow an organ of one species inside the body of another species and use the organ for transplant to cure a disease.
Scientists did a loss-of and gain-of-function experiments to understand how skin cells are reprogrammed into stem cells.
A team of UC Berkeley scientists reprogrammed embryonic stem cells of mice to exhibit development characteristics of zygotes.
The success of stem cell transplant in mice provides hope for the next generation.
Scientists are now testing in animals the use of cartilage developed through stem cells that could potentially replace hip implants and prevent surgery.
Bioquark, a U.S.-based company has their highly original research on the reanimation on brain dead patients handed out a green light by the Institutional Review Board in the U.S. and India.
In an infertility breakthrough, scientists created offspring using sperm that began as stem cells.
Researchers are able to help grow mouse sperm in the laboratory, according to a new study.
The survival rate of patients after the treatment of glioblastoma, a type of brain cancer, is only 30%. The patients who undergo the treatment do not survive more than two years as even if the surgeon removes the tumor, it is absolutely impossible to get rid of the tendrils that spread into the brain and make the tumor reappear.
Hair follicle stem cells turn into skin instead of hair with age
Scientists are working on a chimera project that may result in animals without hearts and pigs without skeletal muscles or blood vessels.
Scientists have succeeded in creating serotonin neurons, which regulate the mood and appetite, from stem cells.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.