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Bin Xu, Job de Jong and Sander Markx in the Dept of Molecular Therapeutics are leading a pioneering study, using stem cells to find and test new treatments for psychiatric disorders.
Source:Stem Cell Research
Generation of an iPSC line from the skin fibroblasts of a patient affected by a genetic eye disease, Ocular albinism type 1, presenting with a mutation in the GPR143 gene.
Source:Stem Cell Reports
Stem cells from a subject with diabetes due to a mutation of the insulin locus can be corrected and insulin secretion restored.
This Nature Protocols paper describes a simple protocol for imaging stem cells in the Drosophila ovary that improves on alternative protocols in that flies of any age can be used.
Source:Science DirectOctober 10, 2018
Neuronal diversification is a fundamental step in the construction of functional neural circuits
Source:Daily MailSeptember 27, 2018
Daily Mail spoke to Director Emmanuelle Passegue
Source:Nature communicationsSeptember 10, 2018
Deuterium oxide probing and stimulated Raman scattering (DO-SRS) is an innovative, nondestructive, and noninvasive imaging method to visualize metabolic dynamics of proteins, lipids, and DNA.
Source:Scientific ReportsSeptember 10, 2018
Cardiomyocytes Derived from Human Cardiopoietic Amniotic Fluids.
Source:NewsroomSeptember 1, 2018
15 high school teachers conducted research this summer in Columbia University’s Summer Research Program for Science Teachers, which focuses on educating teachers about stem cell biology
Source:BioinformaticsAugust 28, 2018
This study describes a new mathematical approach that can aid in understanding whether novel cellular subtypes identified using single-cell genomics techniques can be considered robust.