stem cell research

Israeli scientists make model synthetic mouse embryo with stem cells - study

The Synthetic embryo models could also eventually become a reliable source of cells, tissues and organs for transplantation.

First time in Israel: Adult stem cells transplanted in toddler with rare skin disease

The first transplantation of the mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) was given as part of compassionate treatment to a two-and-a-half-year-old boy suffering from epidermolysis bullosa (EB).

A magnified view of a CD34+ stem cell

AI system developed to determine optimal conditions for regenerative medicine

A robotic AI system has been developed by scientists that is capable of improving stem cell culture procedures that are utilized in regenerative medicine. 

Cancer stem cells live under the microscope

By turning off one gene, scientists transform stem cells - study

The research could help scientists understand how specific genes affect the development of your body and the role they play in developmental diseases, potentially leading to new therapies.

BioGenCell raises $16m. for chronic disease treatment

The company’s treatment has already prevented loss of limb in several patients during Phase I trials.

Rescue efforts from overseas brings stem cells to COVID patient in Israel

This would not have been possible without the help of many Jewish community members who banded together to help someone whom they had never met.

Scientists create first living robots that can reproduce - study

Less than a millimeter long, xenobots were originally first presented to the public in January of last year, where they could self-heal.

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The secret to healing what ails you lies within your own DNA

Overlooked DNA may be what separates humans from other primates – study

Researchers grew brain cells from humans and chimpanzees using stem cells and compared the two cell types, finding the two primates use the non-coded DNA in different ways.

mouse

Can a mouse be grown in a lab?

In a lab, developed at University of Virginia School of Medicine by Christine and Bernard Thisse, a mouse embryo has a heart that beats. The embryo? Made out of embryonic stem cells.

Conner the monkey

Part-human part-monkey embryo provides insight into human aging process

By inserting human cells into macaque embryos, scientists hope to gain new information on the human aging process, solve organ donor shortages, and cure incurable diseases.

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