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Cardiac Stem Cells in End-Stage Human Failing Hearts: Are they functional?

Sunjay Kaushal USA river-valley.tv

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Cardiac Stem Cells in End-Stage Human Failing Hearts: Are they functional?

Insidermedicine In 60 – August 4, 2011

From Baltimore - Scientists have mapped the genes of the second most common form of brain cancer, according to a report published in Science. Researchers studied over 30 tissue samples of oligodendroglioma, finding two particular genetic mutations that must be present for the cancer to develop.

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Insidermedicine In 60 - August 4, 2011

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The video shows neonatal heart cells, cultured from cardiac stem cells, beating on our CellAlign substrate after 14 days.

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Cardiac Stem Cell Therapy

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Cardiac Stem Cell Therapy

Wow! UW Research labs

A fast paced tour of the University of Washington School of Medicine's new research lab complex.

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Wow! UW Research labs

Cardiac Stem Cell Therapy

Dr. Amit Patel gives a brief overview of stem cells and cardiac stem cell therapy.

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Cardiac Stem Cell Therapy

Okamoto placenta-derived cardiomyocytes

This Confocal image was published in Exp Cell Res. 313:2550-62, 2007

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Okamoto placenta-derived cardiomyocytes

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The video shows neonatal heart cells, cultured from cardiac stem cells, beating on our CellAlign substrate after 14 days. 4800000 people suffer from congestive heart failure. Those that survive have damaged hearts- a cardiac patch could replace the damaged tissue and reduce the risk of further failures.

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The Beating Heart (Cardiac) Cells

In this video the cardiac cells can be seen beating in rhythm. The video was captured from a cell culture derived from rat embryonic stem cells

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The Beating Heart (Cardiac) Cells

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