A groundbreaking study reveals human immune cells in the blood can be transformed into functional neurons within 3 weeks by adding four proteins. The discovery could be used to generate neurons to study specific psychological and neurological disorders, researchers say.
A new study in Biological Psychiatry reports researchers discovered astrocytes may contribute to the cause of ASD. The findings could help to develop new treatments for autism spectrum disorders.
New protocol will allow researchers to generate microglia from individual patients.
Researchers generate microglia from stem cells derived from the skin. They believe their findings could help advance the understanding of the role microglia plays in Alzheimer's.
A new study confirms a mutation caused dysfunction associated with Alzheimer's and proposes a new therapeutic target.
A new study reports clinical grade stem cell lines will enable the development of new therapies and accelerate early stage clinical research.
Researchers have discovered a new mutation responsible for spinocerebellar ataxia, an often fatal movement disorder.