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How much is a Spinal Cord Injury worth?


Jeffrey R. Frank – How much is a Spinal Cord Injury worth?

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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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H9 Cardiac EBs.mov


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

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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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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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Dr Steve talks about stem cells.mov


Dr Steven Larigakis, a Family Doctor practicing in Surrey, BC, shares his personal story of Lymphoma.

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Stem Cell Therapy Success


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Stem Cell Therapy for Pets – By A Touch of LoveĀ® Inc. Part 1 of 5


Pawzzzz for the NEWS! – Produced by A Touch of Love® http://WWW.ATOUCHOFLOVE.CA Education on Stem Cell Therapy for Pets. Part 1 of 5 part series

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Stem Cell Treatment for Autism: Community Outreach Miami, Florida – May 2011


Millie Jimenez discusses her twin boys’ improvements after they both underwent stem cell therapy for autism at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama City, Panama.

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Spinal Cord Injury: Progress and Promise in Stem Cell Research


Series: “California Institute for Regenerative Medicine” [2/2011] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 20893]

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Adickes: Stem cell therapy


Dr. Mark Adickes discusses the use of stem cells in treating injured athletes.

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Benefits of STEM CELL THERAPY – Adipose Tissue


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Energy Sorghum – flowering gene discovered


A sorghum hybrid that does not flower and accumulates as much as three times the amount of stem and leaf matter may help the bioenergy industry, according to a study appearing today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A team at Texas AgriLife Research has discovered a gene that regulates sorghum flowering, according to the proceedings. “For energy crops, we want to prevent plants from flowering so they accumulate as much biomass as possible for bioenergy/biofuels production,” said Dr

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SENS5 – MitoSENS: Allotopic expression of mitochondrial genes – Part 1


The Fifth SENS conference – Matthew O’Connor – http://www.sens.org SENS Foundation Research Center Authors MS O’Connor, G.

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Gene Simmons on Sugar Ray Leonard, Son’s Tallness – StarCam


http://www.starcam.com — Gene and Nick Simmons talk to StarCam at the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation event in Santa Monica about his admiration for Sugar Ray Leonard and his support of Pediatric AIDS research, while exchanging some father-son banter.

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Disney Geneticists Debut New Child Stars


Disney claims its latest batch of child stars is so lifelike, youll barely be able to tell they have no souls.

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Careers in Genetics: Featuring Dr. Laurie Demmer


What’s it like to study genetics and be a geneticist?

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Careers in Genetics: Featuring Dr. Laurie Demmer

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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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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

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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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Stem Cell Treatment in New Jersey- Colon’s story (Dr Damon Noto)


Doctor Damon Noto, with offices in NYC and New Jersey, was a featured guest on Channel 12 News to talk about Stem Cell Treatment performed on Yankee’s pitcher Bartolo Colon. Doctor Noto also discussed the latest cutting edge therapy that heals the body using your own stem cells

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Stem cell transplant in children: what to expect | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute


What is a stem cell transplant and how does it work?

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Stem Cell Face Lift – English (Part 5)


Eterna MD provides the latest in Skin Care technology. We are now offering The Stem Cell Face Lift. This state of the art procedure dramatically improves skin texture and elasticity while naturally restoring volume and tightness.

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Dr.Thomas Barnes’ PRP Hair Growth and Skin Rejuvenation


Newport Beach Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr.

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Stem Cells: Fulfilling the Promise – 2011 CIRM Grantee Meeting


*Please note: this video contains graphic images of a disfiguring disease John Wagner presented the closing scientific talk at the 2011 CIRM Grantee Meeting. Weaving together stories of medical history, literature, bioethics, and his own clinical work, Wagner describes the challenges and promise of stem cell based therapies. Dr

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