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October 6, 2011 News Stem cell research

Stem cell advance has scientists buzzing: What does it mean?

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From HealthPop.com by Ryan Jaslow (CBS/AP) Scientists are buzzing about a new stem cell breakthrough that they think could lead to personalized treatments for major diseases. What’s the breakthrough? Scientists say they’ve successfully cloned a human embryo that can create

April 15, 2011 News Stem cell research

Human Dental Pulp Stem Cells Hook into Biocoral Scaffold Forming an Engineered Biocomplex

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Mangano C et al.  From Plos One – accelerating the publication of peer-reviewed science. The aim of this study was to evaluate the behavior of human Dental Pulp Stem Cells (DPSCs), as well as human osteoblasts,when challenged on a Biocoral

April 11, 2011 News Stem cell research

Efficacy of Periodontal Stem Cell Transplantation in the Treatment of Advanced Periodontitis

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From Ingenta Connect Abstract: Image via Wikipedia Periodontitis is the most common cause for tooth loss in adults and advanced types affect 10-15% of adults worldwide. The attempts to save tooth and regenerate the periodontal apparatus including cementum, periodontal ligament,

April 3, 2011 News Stem cell research

Regenerative Dentistry

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From Dental Tribune The First International Conference on Dental and Craniofacial Stem Cells will take place April 27 to 29 in New York City. (DTI/Photo NYC and Company) Mar 29, 2011 | USA International conference on dental and craniofacial stem

March 10, 2011 News General NewsInnovations in dentistryPathologyStem cell researchTrends in Dentistry

Stem Cells from Teeth Produce Insulin in Diabetes Study

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Lexington, MA (PRWEB) March 9, 2011 Store-A-Tooth (TM) commends the scientists who report in the Journal of Dental Research (JDR) that stem cells from teeth can be transformed into cells that produce insulin in a glucose-dependent manner–a significant step toward

February 19, 2011 News Stem cell research

What goes on in Vegas, doesn’t necessarily stay in Vegas – uh oh!!!!

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Research into the collection and use of dental stem cells are in the early phase,but already some are saying the future is promising. In Las Vegas,a couple of dentists will pull children’s teeth to ship them off so the stem

May 24, 2010 News Stem cell research

Tissue engineering

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A Feasibility of Useful Cell-Based Therapy by Bone Regeneration with Deciduous Tooth Stem Cells, Dental Pulp Stem Cells, or Bone-Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Clinical Study Using Tissue Engineering Technology Yamada Y, Nakamura S et al…..March 8, 2010This study investigated