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Buried deep within our bony skulls and spinal columns, and separated from our blood by an infallible barrier, our neurons are, I would argue, the most protected cells in our bodies. This is a good thing for obvious reasons. This is a bad thing, however, for scientists...

New summary on liver failure and stem cells

The liver is the largest solid organ in the human body, and performs a critical function in keeping us alive: it removes waste from our bodies, detoxifies our blood, and helps in various other capacities to protect us from harm. Liver disease can severely compromise...

CIHR updates human pluripotent stem cell guidelines

On June 30, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) released updated Guidelines for Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Research. The Guidelines apply to all research involving human pluripotent stem cells conducted with funding from, or under the auspices of...