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Right Turn: Stripping down to the muscle

> Michael Rudnicki has been studying muscle biology for a long time… all the way back to his days as a graduate student. In this time, he’s contributed greatly to our understanding about muscle formation and the molecular “switches” that guide...

Right Turn: Lab parodies to cell-ebrate spring

. Hopefully this is a happy Friday for you and Mother Nature has sent you a healthy dose of spring to acknowledge the date on the calendar. Regardless, whether you are rejoicing in warmer temperatures and reveling in bird song or cursing vile weather as you layer...

Right Turn: Eye candy, a.k.a. retinal stem cells

> The eye is a complicated, fascinating  and important organ. Historical records indicate that the Hindus of ancient India began performing cataract surgeries as early as the fifth century BC and that both the Egyptian and Greek civilizations had developed procedures...

Update from the Clinic: February

. Welcome to your update from the clinic for the month of February!  OncoMed is the leader in news this month with various Phase 1b trials for its cancer stem cell-targeting fusion protein. Immunocellular Therapeutics and StemCells Inc. file orphan drug designations...