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Stem Cell Technology Advance for Parkinson’s Disease

Posted by maxi@stemsave.com on Nov 15, 2016 8:01:00 PM

Scientists at Rutgers and Stanford Universities, led by Prabhas V. Moghe, created a new stem cell-based technology that may treat Parkinson’s disease. Their technology utilizes a 3D scaffold containing a tiny polymer that, compared to 2D environments, allows for the growth of stem cells in all directions. This represents a significant innovation from current stem cell applications as it creates a more accurate representation of how the stem cells are configured in the brain. Facilitating communication between the brain and the transplanted stem cells resulted in a more effective transplant.

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Topics: parkinsons disease, bioengineering, regenerative therapies, stem cells, stem cell technology, 3D scaffold

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