Stem cell study holds out promise for kidney disease


Days of clinical research empower scientists to discover novel methods using stem cells to develop more humanlike tiny kidneys. This is something, which is not as new to us as we had enough of such research-based organ development for kidney impairments earlier as well. More the number of new methods to investigate etiologies of kidney […]

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Super-obese patient-derived iPSC Hypothlamic neurons exhibit obesogenic signatures and hormone responses

Hypothlamic neurons

Obesity is a growing concern for the upcoming generation, and it has been a leading health problem for people across the world for many years now. Most surprisingly, we did not have any potential therapeutics to ward off its complications, adding to our woes and dilemma. The reasons could be a lack of transparent methodical […]

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New non embryonic stem cell study shows progress with Parkinson’s disease


As with many diseases, a neurological disorder like Parkinson’s, is hopeful to achieve a better and satisfactory outcome with a stem cell transplant. Ever since, the inception of human embryonic stem cells had been revolutionized in the lab in 1988, it was supposedly thought to eliminate the ill-effects of the disorder. Despite having super potential […]

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