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Stem Cell Reports

Scientific Journal providing information about stem cells.

Stem Cell Reports is an open access forum communicating basic discoveries in stem cell research, in addition to translational and clinical studies. Stem Cell Reports focuses on shorter, single-point manuscripts that report original research with conceptual or practical advances that are of broad interest to stem cell biologists and clinicians.

Given the rapidly increasing impact of stem cell research to regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, Stem Cell Reports encourages the submission of manuscripts whose scope bridges these fields of research. The journal also encourages the submission of reports of robust new methodologies with biological significance and/or the potential to advance the application of basic research from the laboratory to the clinic. Stem Cell Reports promotes transparency in stem cell research and related fields of research through the publication of confirmatory findings, negative results, and adverse events.

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See also: Publisher Cell Press - Publisher of biomedical journals including Cell, Neuron and many others

Details last updated 09-Nov-2019

Stem Cell Reports News

CRISPR-edited stem cells promise rejection-free regenerative therapies

University of Arizona - 11-Jan-2024

Genetically modified stem cells bypass immune rejection, paving way for universal therapies


A way to reprogram mature cells into totipotent stem cells

Asian Scientist - 03-Sep-2019

Creating totipotent stem cells opens ways for revolutionary findings in regenerative medicine


Simple and effective treatment for restoring the sense of smell in the future

ScienceAlert - 02-Jun-2019

Using droplets of globose basal cells made able to restore the sense of smell of the mice


CR improves intestinal-tissue regeneration after injury

News Medical - 22-Feb-2018

Research pinpoints the cell responsible for improved regenerative abilities in the intestines. R...

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