We hope everyone had an awesome 4th of July, we are back with Episode 22 and dive right in with our literature review. On this show we discuss everything from freezing down testicles, to retinas that sense light from stem cells, and we salute good riddance to STAP cells. We close referencing new paper in Cell Stem Cell, and bring on the senior author Dr. Paul Tesar from Case Western Reserve to talk about the paper and his work. After the interview we all rant about people presenting only published data at conferences. Enjoy and as always please leave us your feedback.
Stem Cells Form Light-Sensitive 3-D Retinal Tissue
Delivering Capsules Of Stem Cells Helps Repair Injured Bones
Study Identifies Link Between Gut Bacteria Post SCT Survival
Cancer May Never Be Completely Eradicated: Study
Stem Cells Slow Retinal Degeneration in Dry AMD Clinical Trial
Sustained ERK Activation Underlies Reprogramming in Regeneration-Competent Salamander Cells and Distinguishes Them from Their Mammalian Counterparts
Human ESC-Derived MSCs Outperform Bone Marrow MSCs in the Treatment of an EAE Model of Multiple Sclerosis
An iCRISPR Platform for Rapid, Multiplexable, and Inducible Genome Editing in Human Pluripotent Stem Cells
Epigenomic Comparison Reveals Activation of “Seed” Enhancers during Transition from Naive to Primed Pluripotency
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Photo Reference: Courtesy of Dr. Paul Tesar