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A fully human system to cultivate skin cells for grafting

Breakthrough study to culture human skin cells called keratinocytes to produce skin grafts has been published by a team of researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School and the Singapore General Hospital ( ... read more

Stem Cells Could Offer New Source for Skin Grafts

To develop a system to create skin cells from human ... graft tissue, skin cells made from stem cell lines could presumably be made ahead of time in batch and stored for different patients. The author... read more

Which spare body parts will stem cells deliver first?

Bone marrow stem cells, for instance, can regenerate an immune system but they cannot regenerate the pancreas or brain tissue. The only source of pluripotent cells was surplus human embryos ... read more

20 Americans Die Each Day Waiting for Organs. Can Pigs Save Them?

Alas, in terms of our immune systems, pigs and humans are very different ... regulators to prepare for clinical trials with humans. The first pig-to-human skin graft using live cells is set to take pl... read more

In Landmark Study, Human Stem Cells Restore Monkeys’ Movement After Spinal Cord Injury

But as it happens, the body isn’t quite the simple find-and-replace system ... skin cells from a healthy human donor, converted them into iPSC cells, and embedded these artificial stem cells into a ma... read more

Skin graft breakthrough sees blood vessels grown in the lab

But using specialist human ... immune systems had been knocked out. The current way of skin grafting involves a “sandwich technique” which involves first taking a sample of cells from a patient or scr... read more

How skin begins: New research could improve skin grafts, and more

Thousands of people undergo skin grafts ... skin cells to grow new skin, have improved skin transplants. But replacement skin often lacks important features like hair follicles, sweat glands or nerve ... read more

Researchers engineer therapeutic skin grafts for diabetic mice

When transplanted onto diabetic mice with healthy immune systems, the skin grafts regulate blood glucose ... metabolic and genetic conditions." Human skin is one of the easiest and cheapest tissues to ... read more

Get ready for robots made with human flesh

In other words, human cells in muscles and tendons grow ... tissue grafts produced by researchers often have a broad range of structural problems and low cell counts. That's where robots come in. The ... read more

Stem cells show potential for treating rare skin disease

These iPS cells can be coaxed to grow into large quantities ... back of a strain of mice with a weak immune system that would not reject the cells from a different species, the keratinocytes grew into ... read more

Stem cells can help us 'build a human heart in a dish' — but what are they, really?

Mice with human ... But the skin grafts took, grew and now behave just like healthy skin should. In the United States, a trial is currently underway in people with HIV. The aim is to reboot their immu... read more

A fully human system to cultivate skin cells for grafting

Researchers have, for the first time, successfully cultured skin cells from human tissue-proteins to produce skin grafts for safer treatment of severe burns. The new technique could potentially replac... read more
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