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Researchers grew human cells into functional vocal cord tissue in the laboratory—an important preliminary step toward restoring voice function to people with injured vocal cords.
Stem cell therapy is a rapidly evolving and promising treatment for spinal-cord injuries. According to a new literature review, different types of stem cells vary in their ability to help restore func...
In this exclusive interview, Fintan Walton talks to Peter Mountford, formerly CEO of Stem Cell Sciences, about the current state of stem cell technologies and their potential healthcare and research a...
Fibrocell Science, Inc. (NASDAQ:FCSC), an autologous cell and gene therapy company focused on developing transformational therapies for diseases affecting the skin, connective tissue and joints, today...
Researchers at the University of California have successfully regenerated corticospinal tract tissue in rat models using stem cell-derived neurons.
Bio2016 is largest global meeting of Biotech and pharma and International Society for Stem Cell Research focuses on stem cell therapies LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#BIO2016—HemaCare ...
StemCells Inc., once a darling of investors, will shutter after failing to advance stem cell treatments for Alzheimer's, vision loss, and spinal cord injury.
New research has shed light on the complex interactions of stem cell function and molecular diffusion in neural tissue, which may explain many phenomena from stem cell differentiation to the formation...
Laryngeal electromyography is used in the evaluation of vocal cord paralysis to confirm the diagnosis, to guide the diagnostic work-up for etiology, to provide prognostic information and to help choos...
Treatment of spinal cord injury has always been a challenge for clinical practitioners and scientists. The development in stem cell based therapies has brought new hopes to patients with spinal cord i...
We report a patient with lung cancer. The first PET/CT imaging revealed hypermetabolic mass in the left aortopulmonary region and hypermetabolic nodule in the anterior segment of the upper lobe of the...
Conclusion Induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells may be a new potential cell source for laryngeal muscle regeneration in the treatment of vocal fold atrophy after recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis. O...