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Vol. XIV  Issue: 2


Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) derived disease models: In vivo to in vitro gaps
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p61-62 [Full Text PDF ] | [Full Text HTML]
JSRM Code: 014020100009
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Original Article

Bone Marrow derived Osteoblasts in the Management of Ovariectomy induced Osteoporosis in Rats
Sadat-Ali M, Al-Turki HA, Acharya S3, Al-Dakheel DA
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p63-
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Intra-arterial Transplantation of Human Umbilical Cord Blood Mononuclear Cells in Sub-acute Ischemic Stroke Increases VEGF Expression in Rats
Ramli Y, Alwahdy AS, Kurniawan M, Juliandi B, Wuyung PE
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p69-
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Mitochondrial distribution violation and nuclear indentations in neurons differentiated from iPSCs of Huntington's disease patients
Nekrasov ED,Kiselev SL
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p80-85
[Full Text PDF ] | [Full Text HTML]JSRM Code: 014020300012 | PMCID: PMC6339978

Proceedings of the Annual Plenary Session on Regenerative Medicine (PAPRM)-2018

An insight into pluripotency and cellular aging through glycan analysis
Hirabayashi J
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p
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Proceedings of Journal of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine (JSRM) Oration-2018

Germ-line stem cells in myocardial regeneration: Secretion of cardiogenic paracrine effectors may be the future
Gallicano I
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p
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Proceedings of the Just Beyond Medicine (JBM) Oration-2018

Shimoji's Cranioplasty Yielding Life-quality Improvements in MIld Trigonocephaly (SCYLIMIT)
Shimoji T
2018 Vol. 14 (2): p
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