Thursday, July 12, 2007

Stem cell links

The Seattle Times has an article on how researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Center are using a technique to expand the number of stem cell taken from cord blood in order to help treat leukemia patients who can't find a bone marrow match.

Some scientists believe cord blood and mesenchymal stem cells could possibly be used to treat autism.

Canadian researchers have some interesting research into how embryonic stem cells regulate themselves with and feed off their own daughter cells.

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