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The Journal of Stem cells and Regenerative Medicine (JSRM) is a fully free access exclusive Online Journal covering areas of Basic Research, Translational work and Clinical studies in the specialty of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine including allied specialities such as Biomaterials and Nano technology relevant to the core subject. This has also been endorsed by the German Stem Cell Society(GSZ).

The JSRM issues are published regularly and articles pertaining to Stem cells and Regenerative Medicine as well as related fields of research are considered for publication

This Online Journal conceived and run by Clinicians and Scientists, originally started for the student community with reputed members in the advisory/editorial boards, has now been accepted to be the official organ of GSZ is reaching millions of Researchers, Clinicians and Students all over the world, as it is a FREE Journal

1. Did you know that for every 1000 red blood cells in our body there is only one white blood cell

2. The human body has approximately 10000 kilometres of blood vessels in it

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“You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him discover it in himself ”-Galileon


1. A different approach to reprogram mature cells to stem cells

Scripps Research Institute scientists have used a novel cocktail of drug-like small molecules that, with the assistance of a gene called Oct4, for reprogramming of human skin cells into stem cells thus decreasing the use of Oncogenes(genes involved in development of cancer) for reprogrammingClick to read more...

2. New insights into the origin of Olfactory ensheathing cells

Scientists have discovered a new origin of the olfactory ensheathing cells and this discovery could help in producing large quantities of these cells for use in the therapies for spinal cord injuries Click to read more...

3. Brainís own Stem cells to be used for reversing multiple sclerosis

Researchers from the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh have identified a new mechanism which is essential for regeneration of myelin sheath of nerve fibres and this discovery is important for future treatment of multiple sclerosis as multiple sclerosis involves loss of myelin sheath and subsequent damage to brain. Click to read more...

4. Protein that helps in prostate cancer growth identified

Scientists have identified a new protein that plays a major role in the conversion of healthy prostrate cells to cancer cells and inhibition of this protein could slow down the growth of prostate cancer. Click to read more...

5. Housekeeping genes activation is not coordinated-A startling discovery

Scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have made a startling discovery that the housekeeping genes which are the major class of genes that make the protein subunits of ribosomes and other multi-protein complexes do not act in a coordinated or co-regulated manner but rather in a random manner and this finding changes the basic concept of gene regulation that was thought to occur by the scientists till date.Click to read more...

6. Stem Cell therapy for regeneration of vertebral disc to relieve back pain

Swedish researchers have injected human stem cells into a damaged vertebral disc in an animal which led to regeneration of the cartilage and this could lead to therapies for healing back ache due to disc degeneration in the future Click to read more...

7. Human retinal Stem cells restore sight in blind mice

Researchers from the University of Toronto have injected stem cells isolated from the retinas of human cadavers into blind mice which successfully restored the vision in these mice.Click to read more...

8. Mature blood cells exert influence on their parent stem cells

Australian researchers have found that mature blood cells communicate with their parent stem cells and control the production of the blood cells by the parent stem cells through a feedback mechanism Click to read more...

9. Age related degeneration partially reversed in mice for the first time

Scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have reported that they have partially reversed age-related degeneration in mice by creating those mice with an in built controllable telomerase gene.Click to read more...

10. Direct conversion of one type of adult cell into another type of adult cell

The latest research is about switching one type of adult cell into another adult cell type directly without the need to convert the adult cell into the induced pluripotent stem cell first and then converting them to another adult cell typeClick to read more...


1. International Conference on Stem Cells and Cancer (ICSCC-2010): Proliferation, Differentiation, and Apoptosis
December 11-14 2010
Pune, Maharashtra, India. Click here

Saveetha School of Engineering, Saveetha University, Chennai India
Click here

3. BAMU Aurangabad International Conference on Biotechnology for Better Tomorrow | BTBT-2011
February 6-9, 2011
Aurangabad(M.S.) India. Click here

4. Cell Society First Annual Clinical Meeting
February 18-19, 2011
La Jolla, California. Click here

5. World Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Congress
May 10-12,2011
London, United Kingdom. Click here

6. 2nd International Cancer Immunotherapy & Immunomonitoring Conference
May 2-5, 2011 - Budapest, Hungary. Click here


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