Keyword: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Harnessing macrophages that provide healing in response to inflammation could be a better approach to treating heart attack than stem cells have been.
Aruvant Sciences will focus on developing gene therapies for blood diseases, starting with sickle cell disease and beta-thalassemia.
Researchers from Cincinnati Children’s have grown esophageal organoids entirely from stem cells. Their work could yield treatments for GI diseases.
UC San Francisco scientists used a process called synNotch signaling to prompt individual cells to form tissue structures.
Scientists in the U.S. and Japan devised a new tissue engineering method to tackle blood supply problems in pancreatic cell transplantation.
The past week ushered in discoveries that could inspire new treatments for Lyme disease and several cancers.
Researchers at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are investigating a novel way to restore myelin, the protective sheath around nerves that degenerates in multiple sclerosis.
Scientists say that they’re working on a preclinical drug that may prove promising for repairing severe lung damage.