Researchers reveal the gene Nanog can reverse aging in adult stem cells. The findings could help to develop new treatments for Alzheimer's and other age related disorders.
According to a new study, adult neural stem cells appear to be programmed prior to birth to make specific types of neurons.
According to a recently published stem cell study, new cells are quick to respond to sensory stimuli and adopt a function.
Researchers genetically altered mesenchymal stem cells to create new stem cell lines that showed no signs of aging in culture, did not increase tumor production in animal studies and functioned as healthy mesenchymal cells do.