The researchers tested immune reactions to a variety of cell types derived from human induced pluripotent stem cellsand found out that retinal pigment epithelial cells were tolerated well.
Following a ten-year research, surgeons from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have first implanted stem cell into a spinal column of a paralyzed patient during a spinal cord surgery.
People with macular degeneration had their eyesight improved after the stem cell transplantation as research by scientists from Massachusetts company Advanced Cell Technology shows.All news
21 July 2015
A new stem cell study by Yale School of Medicine sheds light on autism causes and may facilitate drug development for autism treatment.Efficacy of Fetal Stem Cell Transplantation in Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Open-Labeled Pilot Study
09 March 2015
A pilot study showed no adverse effects of fetal stem cell transplantations in treating children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders and proved effective in improving speech, sociability, sensory, and overall health of the patients.Lab-Grown Neurons From Autistic Kids Could Lead to New Treatments
30 November 2014
Progress in stem cell research can help identify the underlying genetic causes of autism and develop new treatments.Stem Cells to Cure Autism
13 May 2014
Bryan, the Italian boy from Aiello del Sabato, is one of those from our country who has been to Ukraine where they practice this type of treatment.Mesenchymal stem cells in treating autism: Novel insights
02 May 2014
MSCs could exert a positive effect in ASDs through the following mechanisms: stimulation of repair in the damaged tissue, e.g., inflammatory bowel disease; synthesizing and releasing anti-inflammatory cytokines and survival-promoting growth factors; integrating into existing neural and synaptic network, and restoring plasticity.Stem cells from baby teeth and autism treatment
30 March 2014
Dr. Alysson Muotri, the reseacher of UCSD, is devoted to finding cures from autism spectrum disorders. For that purpose, he organized collection of stem cells from milk teeth from both autistic and non-affected kids.A clinical trial for autism stem cell therapy will be launched in the US
04 November 2013
The trial will be aimed at evaluating efficacy of transplantation of autologous umbilical cord stem cells on autistic children.