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From the Bench to Patient Care
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Researchers Find Inhibiting One Protein Destroys Toxic Clumps Seen in Parkinson’s Disease
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Journal club discussion:
Study of Adipose Stem Cells in Blind Mole Rats Hints at new Anti-tumor Strategy

- Can we specifically target ASCs to inhibit the development of tumors in human patients?
- What other mechanisms do blind mole rats employ to gain resistance to cancer?
- Do other mammals exhibit similar cancer‐prevention strategies and can we take advantage of them?
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La Jolla Institute for Immunology investigators discover how protein pair controls cellular calcium signals
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$5.1 million grant will fund research to develop a stem cell-based therapy for blinding eye condition
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In pursuit of the elusive stem cell
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Live Twitter Q&A on #MSCs with Jan A. Nolta begins in 1 hour. #StemCellsQA #StemCellsAwarenessDay #StemCells
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Dr. Jan Nolta will be answering your questions about #MSCs during a live Twitter Q&A Oct 10 at 6AM PDT/9AM EDT. Submit your questions to @StemCellsJournl #StemCellQA.
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NYSCF Hosts Panel Discussion on Parkinson’s Disease Research and Treatment - New York Stem Cell Foundation
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Pericytes show great promise for the treatment of coronary artery disease; however, despite recent progress, research that has been translated to the clinic is lacking. This review summarizes the journey of pericytes from bench to bedside, evaluating the progress and potential that has been demonstrated so far, and the considerations that will need to be taken on board before clinical translation becomes a reality.
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Researchers from Tulane describe the safety and efficacy of adipose stem/stromal cells (ASC) and stromal vascular fraction (SVF) in treating common diseases and the next steps in research that must occur prior to clinical use. @TulaneNews #Adipose
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