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Reprogramming stem cells into motor neurons could end paralysis

[S]cientists developed a mechanism to directly reprogram stem cells into motor neuron

Published scientific data demonstrates Plasticell’s CombiCult® technology platform expands stem cells in umbilical cord blood

22 November 2016, Stevenage UK: Plasticell, the leader in high through-put technology to develop stem cell therapies in regenerative medicine, has announced the publication of peer-reviewed scientific...

Reprogramming stem cells into motor neurons could help patients with paralysis

[S]cientists developed a mechanism to directly reprogram stem cells into motor neuron

CellResearch Corporation Extends Umbilical Cord Tissue Banking Services Across the US through ...

In recent years, advances in medicine have increased the number of conditions and diseases that can be treated with stem cell therapy. Cord blood stem Read more...

ISSCR 2017 highlights new discoveries in stem cell research and progress toward clinical therapies

(International Society for Stem Cell Research) Progress in stem cell research and its translation to the clinic will be the focus of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) annual mee...

Plasticell, A*STAR, NTU ink stem cell research collaborations

Plasticell, a developer of stem cell technologies and cell-based therapies, has announced that it has signed agreements with the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and the Nanyang Te...

Media registration open for ISSCR 2017 14-17 June, Boston, Massachussetts, US

(International Society for Stem Cell Research) Stem cell researchers and clinicians from around the world will gather 13-17 June in Boston, Mass., to share the latest developments in stem cell researc...

Hype versus hope: Deciphering news about stem cell breakthroughs

For many people suffering from disabling conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease, spinal injury and paralysis, heart disease, and even cancer, anno

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Aphthous Ulcer of the Vocal Cord Leading to Hoarseness.

Acute or chronic laryngitis, laryngeal trauma, vocal cord paralysis, cysts of the vocal cord, and benign or malignant tumors of the vocal folds are frequent causes of hoarseness. It is important to id...

Transient bilateral vocal fold paralysis after total thyroidectomy.

Vocal fold paralysis is a serious complication of thyroidectomy that is worrisome for health providers and potentially disastrous for the patient and family. A 56-year-old woman presented with bilater...

Influence of Left-Right Asymmetries on Voice Quality in Simulated Paramedian Vocal Fold Paralysis.

The purpose of this study was to determine the vocal fold structural and vibratory symmetries that are important to vocal function and voice quality in a simulated paramedian vocal fold paralysis.

Sleep-disordered breathing as a delayed complication of iatrogenic vocal cord trauma.

A case of a 55-year-old woman with iatrogenic vocal cord trauma and sleep-related symptoms is reported. In particular, this case highlights sleep-disordered breathing as a delayed complication after i...

Unilateral Vocal Cord Paralysis following Insertion of a Supreme Laryngeal Mask in a Patient with Sjögren's Syndrome.

Since its introduction in 1988 by Dr. Archie Brain, the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) is being used with increasing frequency. Its ease of use has made it a very popular device in airway management and ...

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