• The lab research, published in the journal STEM CELLS Translational Medicine, could yield new therapies for people who suffer from aggressive motor-neuron and gut-related conditions
  • By using a deceased patient's stored blood samples researchers found that they can develop stem cells known as iPSCs in a petri dish - essentially reanimating diseased cells from patients long after they have died.
  • The technique also allows physicians to replace invasive biopsy procedures typically required of living patients to create iPSC cells.

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