Researchers find human menstrual blood-derived cells ‘feed’ embryonic stem cells


October 7, 2014 · by David O’Connell · in Biotechnology industry, iPS Cells, Personalized Therapies, Regenerative Medicine. ·Hematopoietic stem cell, human stem cell, Induced pluripotent stem cell, iPS cell, iPS cell bank, Life extension, Medicine, Mesenchymal stem cell, Microarrays, nature, nerve cell, neural stem cell, Neuron, Personalized medicine, Pluripotent Stem Cell, Regenerative Medicine, Research and development, Science and Technology, Stem cell, stem cell research, Stem Cell Transplant, Stem Cell Treatment, Stem cells, Stem-cell therapy, Telomerase, Tissue (biology), Tissue engineering, TransBio-Tex, transbiotex, transplantation, Tumor, United States

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