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[1/14/2014] Plant cell growth studies funded by NSF grant at UMass Amherst

[1/14/2014] Researchers identify key components linking circadian rhythms and...

[1/14/2014] Histogen and Suneva Medical Expand License for Cell Conditioned M...

[1/14/2014] New breast cancer stem cell findings explain how cancer spreads

[1/14/2014] Panama’s First Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Clinical Trial for Rheuma...

[1/13/2014] Opthea Signs Cell Line Development Commercial License Agreement w...

[1/13/2014] Fibrocell Science and Intrexon Expand Collaboration to Include Hy...

[1/11/2014] Technology uses micro-windmills to recharge cell phones

[1/9/2014] Stem Cell Therapy for Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)

[1/8/2014] Stem cell research identifies new gene targets in patients with A...

[1/8/2014] Final agenda available for CRF Conference on Stem Cell Therapy fo...

[1/3/2014] Growing Research Focus on Single Cell Biology Drives the Market f...

[1/2/2014] Study finds patients give 'broad endorsement' to stem cel...

[1/2/2014] FEMA Search and Rescue Canine Receives Stem Cell Therapy So He Ca...

[12/24/2013] Combination of cell transplantation and gene therapy for Alzheime...

[12/23/2013] Study finds axon regeneration after Schwann cell graft to injured...

[12/19/2013] Integrated approaches to customize fungal cell factories

[12/19/2013] Learning to predict sickle cell crisis and monitor treatment

[12/18/2013] Liver cells benefit from mesenchymal stem cell co-culture prior t...

[12/18/2013] How the Parkin enzyme inhibits neuronal cell death


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