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A recent study on mice, baboons and few volunteering patients revealed that a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) called meloxicam increases significantly the number of hematopoietic stem cells entering the blood stream. The study can potentially help patients requiring a hematopoietic stem cell (HSC), most notably leukemia victims. The study was carried out by researchers, led by Louis Pelus, at Indiana University's School of Medicine    #stemcells #leukemia

Researchers from the Indiana University's School of Medicine found that meloxicam, a common painkiller, increases the effects of filgrastim. The study has implications in the treatment of leukemia victims.

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A macrophage of a mouse stretching its "arms" (pseudopodia) to engulf two particles, possibly pathogens.

Using iPSCs technology researchers rejuvenated the blood of old mice, by creating new and younger hematopoietic stem cells.    #ageing #stemcells

Using iPSCs technology researchers rejuvenated the blood of old mice, by creating new and younger hematopoietic stem cells.

A new study on retinitis pigmentosa was published yesterday by researchers at Oxford University. The study is very promising and reveals the great potential in using stem cells for treating the condition.

Researchers of the Columbia University Medical Center revealed the results of two encouraging treatments they have been experimenting on for retinitis pigmentosa.

Researchers discovered that patients receiving autologous stem cell transplants require less insulin post-op.    #diabetes #stemcells

Researchers discovered that patients receiving autologous stem cell transplants require less insulin post-op.

Free seminars on fat stem cells to be held by Miami Stem Cell Treatment Center

Miami Stem Cell Treatment Center announces series of free public seminars on the use of adipose-derived (fat) stem cells for degenerative and inflammatory conditions.

Researchers from the Hubrecht Institute, Netherlands just announced that they have succeeded in growing stem cells with ability to develop into two different types of cells that make up a healthy pancreas.

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Researchers from the Northwestern University have proposed a new technique for regenerating bladder tissue using a scaffold and autologous bone marrow stem cells.

Researchers Uncover Stem Cell Behaviour of Human Bowel

For the first time, scientists have uncovered new information on how stem cells in the human bowel behave, revealing vital clues about the earliest stages in bowel cancer development and how we may begin to prevent it.

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Columbia researchers grow functional human cartilage using mesenchymal stem cells

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