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Does Brain Tissue Regeneration Depend on Maturity of Stem Cells Used for Transplantation?

Samantha Payne, Priya Anandakumaran, Cindi Morshead, Molly Shoichet, Balazs Varga and Andras Nagy
MARY ANN LIEBERT, INC./GENETIC ENGINEERING NEWS, UBLIC RELEASE: 13-SEP- 2017

New research has shown that the success of transplanting stem cells into the brain to regenerate tissue damaged by stroke may depend on the maturity of the neuronal precursor cells used for transplantation. A study demonstrating the significant impact of human neuronal precursor cell maturity on cell survival after transplantation into stroke-injured rate brains is published in hTissue Engineering, Part A, peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers…

–Source: http://www.liebertpub.com/global/pressrelease/does-brain-tissue-regeneration-depend-on-maturity-of-stem-cells-used-for-transplantation/2250/

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