Will you keep winning races into old age? Your cells hold clues

Some older athletes, such as this runner, may owe their high performance to their mitochondria.FATCAMERA/ISTOCK https://www.science.org/content/article/will-you-keep-winning-races-old-age-your-cells-hold-clues?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=WeeklyLatestNews&utm_content=alert&et_rid=193273214&et_cid=4252866

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‘I want to regenerate an entire leg by 2030’ | Doctor’s synthetic artificial stem cells research could revolutionize healing

Dr. Cato T. Laurencin is an expert in the field of Regenerative Engineering. Credit: UConn Health https://www.fox61.com/article/news/health/uconn-health-cato-laurencin-synthetic-artificial-stem-cells-research-fox61/520-8a8da1ad-05c8-499b-ab6c-528990f99f5f

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Ford government scraps funding for stem cell research

Dr. Bill Stanford, right, a world-renowned stem-cell researcher, leads a team at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute focused on the lung disease lymphangioleiomyomatosis, or LAM. (CBC) https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/doug-ford-stem-cell-ontario-institute-regenerative-medicine-1.5137512

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CELL DIVISION: CLEANING THE NUCLEUS WITHOUT DETERGENTS

Images of a live HeLa cell expressing fluorescent GEM particles (green) to probe the localization of large cytoplasmic components during cell division. Chromosomes are fluorescently labelled…more ©Gerlich lab/IMBA https://www.oeaw.ac.at/imba/research-highlights/news/cell-division-cleaning-the-nucleus-without-detergents

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First Clinical Candidate Developed using HUB Organoids® and High Content Screening Targets Cancer Stem Cells in Solid Tumors, Published in Nature Cancer

https://blog.crownbio.com/press/first-clinical-candidate-developed-using-hub-organoids-and-high-content-screening-targets-cancer-stem-cells-in-solid-tumors-published-in-nature-cancer?hsLang=en&_ga=2.219502810.2134156882.1651507890-2061451239.1651507890

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