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Japanese researchers from Kyoto University aim to conduct clinical research on a possible therapy for Parkinson's disease involving transplantation of induced pluripotent stem cells.
A total of 3,000 patients will be involved in the trial to test whether life can be prolonged by administering stem cells from the patient's own bone marrow.
Korean scientists from Seoul University suggested a new way to restore heart function of patients suffering from chronic myocardial infarction.All news
17 October 2013
This review focuses on the potential use of the various types of stem cells: embryonic, induced pluripotential, fetal, and adult stem cells as targets for ASD therapeutics.Efficacy of Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation in Autism: Pilot Study
11 April 2013
EmCell participated in IANR VI & 10th GCNN Conference where it presented its findings on efficacy of fetal stem cell transplantation in autismJames Jeffrey Bradstreet. Stem cells and autism: one year later
18 December 2012
Though parental observations are anecdotal and not equal to rigorous scientific investigations, they are important to document the positive impact of fetal stem cell treatment on patients with autism.Autism Spectrum Disorders: Is Mesenchymal Stem Cell Personalized Therapy the Future?
17 December 2012
Due to the particular immune and neural dysregulation observed in ASDs, mesenchymal stem cell transplantation could offer a unique tool to provide better resolution for this disease.The Promise of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research for the Treatment of Autism
17 December 2012
Novel findings on the molecular, cellular, neuroimmunological, and environmental of ASDs suggest that stem cell therapy could be a unique and potent tool for the treatment of autistic syndromesRare form of autism could be treated with nutritional supplement
09 September 2012
A rare, hereditary form of autism has been found — and it may be treatable with protein supplements.Finding Autism’s Chemical Clues Will Help Diagnose It Earlier in Life
29 July 2012
The research team from University at Buffalo aims to identify chemical compounds that appear in significant amounts in the urine of autistic children. Once pinpointed, such compounds would allow clinicians to identify autism with a more objective approach of urine testing