- Corneal Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency
- The surface cells of the cornea (stratified nonkeratinized squamous epithelium) regenerate quickly (about 1 hour) when injured, but this regeneration is dependent on the presence of functional limbal stem cells.
- U.K. Gives Approval To Edit Embryo's Genetic Code
- The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority announced Monday it has granted a research application to a team led by scientist Kathy Niakan to try to understand the genes that human embryos need to grow successfully, which could potentially help ...
- Protein-Protein Interaction Activates and Fuels Leukemia Cell Growth
- In June 2013, they linked ROR1 to a process used in early development, suggesting cancer cells hijack an embryological process – called epithelial-mesenchymal transition – to spread or metastasize more quickly. In January 2014, they reported expression ...
- Alan Trounson: On the right side of history
- Schooled by Trounson in the fine points of human embryology, the couples encourage him to keep going despite failure after failure. “Were they selfless or selfish?” the playwright asks of the audience.
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