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Weekly Update - The latest stem cell developments

Posted by James Andrews on Tue, Apr 17, 2012 @ 10:08 AM

Weekly Stem cell News RoundupTop Stories:

Dental Stem Cell Banking Made Easier

Dental professionals play a role in making patients aware of the dental stem cell banking option, giving families the choice to safely and securely store their stem cells today...
Watch the video from Dentistry Today...

Texas medical board approves stem cell regulations for clinical use.

What does it mean?
The Texas Medical Board has approved new rules regulating adult stem cell therapies similar to the ones used to treat Governor Rick Perry last summer...

New breakthrough could use adult stem cells to combat HIV and AIDS

Researchers say a groundbreaking discovery made at UCLA could one day potentially lead to a cure for AIDS, cancer and other deadly viruses.

They figured out how to engineer stem cells taken from adult blood, and turn them into immune cells that attack and kill the HIV virus...

Saving Teeth May Be More Than A Curiosity

There’s a lot of science out there today supporting the fact that teeth contain one of the richest stores of easily accessible stem cells. Some researchers and health professionals are recommending that saving those teeth for future cures may be wise.

Dental Pulp of the Third Molar: A New Source of Pluripotent-like Stem Cells

Abstract: Journal of Cell Science
Dental pulp is particularly interesting in regenerative medicine because of the accessibility and differentiation potential of the tissue. Dental pulp has an early developmental origin with multi-lineage differentiation potential due to its development during childhood and adolescence. 

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