Tag Archives: stem cell biology

Dr. Arthur Brown, PhD – Targeting gene regulation to promote plasticity and repair.

Dr. Arthur Brown, PhD, Scientist, Robarts Research Institute, Associate Professor, Anatomy and Cell Biology, Western University. Targeting gene regulation to promote plasticity and repair in the injured spinal cord. Published on Nov 26, 2012 by WesternUniversity

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Innocent Intrigue : Hans S. Keirstead at TEDxOrangeCoast

Stem cells will fundamentally change the course of human disease and longevity, says Hans Keirstead. An internationally known stem cell expert, Hans Keirstead has pioneered stem cell programs at UC Irvine and California Stem Cell. He led his teams to … Continue reading

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Stem cells can become anything — but not without this protein, U-M scientists find

Mof, involved in regulating how stem cells read their DNA, plays a crucial role How do stem cells preserve their ability to become any type of cell in the body? And how do they “decide” to give up that magical … Continue reading

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The Reality of Stem Cell Research

video-player Lawrence Goldstein PhD Medical Background Spinal cord injury (SCI) resulting from accidents, gunshots or other traumas is a tragedy that affects hundreds of thousands of people of all ages. Vehicular accidents cause about 44% of these injuries. Nearly one-quarter … Continue reading

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