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Spontaneously and rhythmically beating engineered human heart tissue from pluripotent stem cells


Spontaneously and rhythmically beating engineered human heart tissue from pluripotent stem cells The video has been provided and copyrighted by Malte Tiburcy and Wolfram-Hubertus Zimmermann

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Doctors To Use ‘Trained’ Stem Cells To Heal Heart


Scientists at Ohio State University Medical Center are using specially treated stem cells in an effort to limit the damage of a heart attack.

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Be still my beating stem cell heart


Read more: http://www.newscientist.com Muscles that make up the human heart have been made from embryonic stem cells for the first time.

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Beating Human Heart Cells from Embryonic Stem Cells


These are beating human heart cells, suitable for replacing those lost during a heart attack, that were created from the (Bush approved) H7 line of human embryonic stem cells. This work was done at the University of Washington in Seattle by the Murry Lab.

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Human 2.0: The Helix of Our Future


A documentary project for AP English Language on the issues of stem cell research and designer babies.

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Human 2.0: The Helix of Our Future

CytoTune iPSCs – Cardiomyocytes


iPSCs generated using the CytoTune™-iPS Reprogramming Kit in feeder-free conditions using StemPro® hESC SFM were able to differentiate into cardiomyocytes after 14 days as embryoid bodies in DMEM/F12 + 20% KSR.

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Becoming Bionic: The Little Book of Hope for Heart Patients Runblog ("Dress the Part")


If you’ve had a heart attack and you dare to dream to turn yourself into an athlete, you have to dress the part.

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Becoming Bionic: The Little Book of Hope for Heart Patients Runblog ("Dress the Part")

H9 Cardiac EBs.mov


Beating cardiomyocytes generated from H9 hES cells using an embryoid body differentiation approach.

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Beating Cardiomyocytes from E14 Cells


After two weeks, E14 mouse embryonic stem cells have differentiated into cardiomyocytes. These cells were prepared using the hanging drop method and beating can be seen in the lower and upper right corners of the embryoid body.

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Beating cells


Human embryonic stem cells can be used to produce functional heart cells for use in therapies or to develop new drugs for heart disease. This laboratory have tagged the cardiac muscle cells with a green fluorescent protein, which they can use to track and isolate human cardiac cells.This movie shows beating heart cells grown and cultured in the laboratory from embryonic stem cells filmed in normal light and then under UV light to image cells containing the green fluorescent protein. Video courtesy of Dr David Elliott.

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Repairing Damaged Hearts with Stem Cells


Biomedical Engineering researchers at WPI are creating new, engineered heart muscle tissue from adult stem cells. Their groundbreaking discoveries could lead to the repair of damaged hearts in some patients.

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Repairing Damaged Hearts with Stem Cells

Heart cells grown from human embryonic stem cells


Cardiomyocytes (heart cells) derived from human embryonic stem cells and grown in the lab. The lab-grown heart cells contract rhythmically in culture at the same rate as a normal heart beat.

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Stem Cells: Heart cells grown from mouse stem cells


These beating cardiac myocytes (heart cells) were grown from mouse embryonic stem cells. This movie is shown in real time. For more stem cell images and background visit http://www.exploratorium.edu/imaging_station/

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Turning Adult Stem Cells into Medicine – Zannos Grekos, MD


Zannos Grekos, MD speaks about Emerging Frontier in Cardiac and Vascular Treatment: Turning Adult Stem Cells into Medicine at the 16th A4M Conference in Las Vegas.

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Cardiomyocytic differentiation of endometrial stem cells.


Dr Shunichiro Miyoshi established a line of endometrium-derived mesenchymal cells (EMCs) with a life span prolonged by a cell-cycle mediated gene. The EMCs began spontaneously beating after induction and showed cardiomyocyte-specific action potentials.

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Cardiomyocytic differentiation of endometrial stem cells.

Turning Adult Stem Cells into Medicine – Zannos Grekos, MD


Zannos Grekos, MD speaks about Emerging Frontier in Cardiac and Vascular Treatment: Turning Adult Stem Cells into Medicine at the 16th A4M Conference in Las Vegas. Item #A4M083D2-10

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Heart Disease Patient Describes His Stem Cell Treatment


Mike Dunkirk, describes on ABC News, how VesCell adult stem cell treatment has helped improve his life after suffering from heart disease

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Patel Stem Cell Heart Failure


Patients with heart failure have stem cell injections in the US with success.

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Better Drugs Through Stem Cells


Dr. Bruce Conklin discusses his research in developing heart cells to be used in toxicology screens.

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stem cell derived cardiomyocytes


stem cell derived cardiomyocytes

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Mark Mercola: Differentiating embryonic stem cells into adult tissues


A major challenge in developing stem cell-based cures for disease is maturing those cells into adult cell types that can be used for transplantation or to study human disease.

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Cadiomyogenesis of human mesenchymal stem cells


Marrow-derived human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) have short proliferative longevity, compared with embryonic stem cells, and thus, important challenge in regenerative medicine is to improve the replicative capacity of human hMSCs. The life span of hMSCs have successfully been prolonged by bmi-1, which reduces p16INK4a expression and is essential for self-renewal of hematopoietic stem cells. The hMSCs with a prolonged life span began spontaneously beating, exhibited having action potential of cardiomyocytes, and acquired automaticity

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Adult Stem Cell vs Embryonic Stem Cell Research Ethics Video


Stem Cell Research: Beyond Hype, Real Hope by the Family Research Council (www.frc.org). This public domain film is consistent with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, which state that the ablation of the inner cell mass (ICM) of the blastocyst, which critically and irremediably damages the human embryo, curtailing its development, is a gravely immoral act and consequently is gravely illicit. No end believed to be good, such as the use of stem cells for the preparation of other differentiated cells to be used in what look to be promising therapeutic procedures, can justify an intervention of this kind.

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Heart Failure Patient After Adult Stem Cell Therapy


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Affordable Stem Cell Therapy in Guatemala (2hrs from Miami)


Medicenter is the only Stem Cell Therapy clinic in Guatemala, Central America ( south of Mexico and 2hrs from Miami), which offers: • Treatments for benign and malignant diseases caused by different indications • State-of-the-art cryostorage technology. • Affordable treatment protocols for our patients and their families.

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