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Now umbilical cord helps in stroke treatment.

...et to be worked out and the project itself is in a primitive stage, the scientists are very excited about this ... Many scientists are now accepting the theory that primitive tissue called stem cells will very soon be used to manufacture human spare parts. This will come in ...

Knee fat turns into cartilage

...ells. Central to this is the ability of stem cells primitive cells that can go along one of several developmental pathways - to become more specialised. Working with patients who would just had a knee operation, researchers at Hopkins University now report that it's possible to convert the cells from the fat...

Transforming stem cells to lung cells

...damaged lung tissue. The potential of stem cells - primitive cells that can be turned into more specialised cells - is now well established.// Researchers at the Imperial College Tissue Engineering and now report on the first creation of lung cells from stem cells in mice. The mouse stem cells were placed in...

Stem cells - New and richer source found

...al cord, is a rich and readily available source of primitive stem cells. These umbilical cord matrix cells, whi...t that Wharton's jelly might be a reservoir of the primitive stem cells that form soon after the egg is fertilized. Wharton’s jelly is the gelatinous connective ...

New hope for spinal cord injury victims

...earch has begun to suggest that maybe stem cells - primitive cells that can turn into specific cell types - could repair the damage involved in such disabling injuries. Researchers from// the Loyola University in Chicago are now focusing the studies upon cells called olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs). OECs ar...

Stem cells form blood vessels

...e were further cultured and some eventually formed primitive vascular structures. Some of the cells were injected into laboratory rodents, called SCID mice, whose immune system will not reject foreign tissue. Langer said the cells continued to transform themselves and after 14 days they developed the tiny tube...

More Lizards, Including Pets, Found Venomous

.... However, the bearded dragon’s delivery system is primitive and it is present in such small amounts it would not harm a human. Until now, only two families of reptiles were known to have venom systems, i.e., the advanced snakes and Helodermatid lizards. However, this study demonstrates there are venom toxin...

Stop spending on new treatments; allocate funds to improve the existing treatments.

...ven deaths could be prevented if they had used the primitive statin. The study concluded that massive venturing into the latest instruments and technologies will consume more lives rather than save lives and improve the quality of health care services provided to the public. ...

Human neurons grown in the brains of mice

...eighbors. The results present direct evidence that primitive human stem cells can be cultured in the lab, be injected into an animal, and then develop into the type of cell desired. The report appears in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Scientists say this is the first time cu...

Poverty Claims Valuable Lives Of Children In Orissa

...reality as being different. The Juang, one of the primitive tribes of Orissa, dominate the interior tribal pockets of Keonhjar district. A survey says that during the last five-year period, the population growth rate among the Juangs has been very low due to high infant mortality rate - it is a shocking 510...

Women With Fewer Periods Have Low Risk Of Gynecological Cancer

...n our society women have many more periods than in primitive societies and each menstrual cycle leads to big swings in the ovarian hormones estrogen and progesterone.' According to Fraser, this over stimulates the reproductive organs and the breasts. 'The uterus, lining of the uterus and breasts were not d...

Aggression And Fatherly Behavior: Men Have It In Their Genes

... of the study. The presence of SRY gene causes the primitive gonads to develop into testis (the male gland that produces sperms and male sex hormones). The gene is believed to be partially responsible for aggressive behavior. Behavior pattern of mice (both parental and aggressive behavior) that contained eit...

PHC Doctors Tricked Tribal Women To Undergo Sterilization

...cial organizations//. A woman from an endangered primitive tribe in Jharkhand was made to undergo surgical st...longs to the Mal Pahari community, one of the nine primitive tribes of the state facing an extinction threat. When Shoba's husband Umesh Pujhar came to know ...

'Girlie' Needle And Thread help Japanese Men to De-Stress

...s made key-chain holders for the beepers shaped as primitive bears, spiders and other animals. Ever since Ishizawa invited his drinking buddies over for a sewing session in December 2003, their club activities have expanded to holding exhibitions and their membership has opened to children, called the Minis, ...

Species Linking Fish And Land Animals Found

...e bones that compare to the upper arm, forearm and primitive parts of the hand of land-living animals. "Most of the major joints of the fin are functional in this fish," Shubin said. "The shoulder, elbow and even parts of the wrist are already there and working in ways similar to the earliest land-living anima...

Stem Cell Therapy Regenerates Heart Muscle In Heart Attack Patients

...for reproductive purposes. As these cells are in primitive stages of cell development, placement of these cells from a donor to a recipient is not associated with an immune trigger. These cells can therefore be transplanted to a specific patient without tissue type matching, similar to O group blood. The MSC...

Money Spent On Cancer worth Every Penny

...ecome specialized cells and hence they become more primitive and reproduce quickly and haphazardly. Cancer cells lose the molecules on the surface that dictates the normal cells to continue with their functions. They also become detached from their neighbors which results in the spread of the cancer from one...

Agencies Express Concern Over "Breast Ironing" In Africa

...an estimated 4 million women were a victim to this primitive practice in Cameroon and other countries. "If society has been silent about it up to now it is because, like other harmful practices done to women such as female genital mutilation, it was thought to be good for the girl," said Ndonko. "Even the vic...

UCLA Researchers Transform Stem cells From Fat tissues Into Smooth Muscle

...ormation, Rodriguez and her team cloned one of the primitive stem cells from the adipose tissue and repeated the experiments on a cloned population of cells with similar results. ”We wanted to make sure it wasn't an isolated case or particular conditions in the cell cultures that allowed us to create or sele...

Discovery In "Bubble Boy" Disease Gene Therapy

...ID mice to determine the size of the population of primitive stem cells that had not yet produced B and T cells...ted. The researchers found that this population of primitive stem cells was significantly expanded. "The many primitive cells stalled in their development gre...

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