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Columbia Engineering and Vanderbilt researchers demonstrate that human lungs rejected for transplant can be recovered
Almost 15 years later, Gerard Karsenty would publish the first of a series of landmark papers that would revolutionize our perspective on bone and the skeleton in general.
Source:Stem Cell Research
We have generated two iPSC lines from skin biopsies of two healthy individuals.
Reliable and consistent pluripotent stem cell reporter systems for efficient purification and visualization of motor neurons are essential reagents for the study of normal motor neuron biology.
Source:Nature MedicineJuly 13, 2020
We demonstrate that acutely injured human lungs declined for transplantation can be recovered by cross-circulation of whole blood between explanted human lungs and a Yorkshire swine.
Source:The Journal of Clinical InvestigationJuly 13, 2020
Retinitis pigmentosa (RP), the most common form of rod-cone dystrophy, is caused by greater than 3100 mutations in more than 71 genes.
Source:bioRxivJune 18, 2020
The correction of disease-causing mutations in human embryos could reduce the burden of inherited genetic disorders in the fetus and newborn.
Source:Developmental BiologyJune 15, 2020
Here we report two distinct roles of Gon4l/Udu in heart development: regulation of cell proliferation and maintenance of ventricular identity.
Source:The New England Journal of MedicineJune 11, 2020
A 13-year-old boy was referred to the ophthalmology clinic with enlarging blind spots in the central vision in both eyes.
Source:Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual ScienceMay 26, 2020
We tested whether sodium phenylbutyrate (4PBA) could rescue the function of mutant bestrophin 1 associated with autosomal dominant and recessive disease.