In multicellular organisms, stem cells are undifferentiated or partially differentiated cells that can differentiate into various types of cells and proliferate indefinitely to produce more of the same stem cell.

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To ward off aging, stem cells must take out the trash

What makes blood stem cells transform? Regulation of RNA splicing may be an answer

1st woman given stem cell transplant to cure HIV is still virus-free 5 years later

NASA Selects 21 New Learning Projects to Engage Students in STEM

Umbilical blood stem cell transplant puts woman in HIV remission

Filling a niche: Neural stem cells help maintain their microenvironment

Attracting stem cells and facilitating bone regeneration by adhesive protein

New stem cell model developed for research into a life-threatening malformation of the newborn lung

Scientists now have a name, "plasticosis," for the health problems that stem from animal plastic consumption

Research finds hope in stem cell therapy for perianal fistulas in patients with Crohn's disease

New hydrogel stem cell treatment repairs injured brain tissue in mice

Successful cure of HIV infection after stem cell transplantation, study suggests

Interesting Webinar today(2/22) at 12:00pm EST. The International Space Station (ISS) and Low Earth Orbit (LEO) can serve as accessible, unique environments to study human development in microgravity. In webinar can learn how stem cell biomanufacturing in LEO is being explored.

First stem cells from a bat species known to harbor SARS-CoV-2 could shed light on virus survival and molecular adaptability

How do bats live with so many viruses? New bat stem cells hint at an answer

Man cured of HIV after stem cell transplant in third success story worldwide

Third person 'cured' of HIV after receiving stem cell cancer treatment

News at a glance: Diversity in STEM degrees, risky glacial lakes, and low-carbon construction

Nanofiber-hydrogel loaded with stem cells shows success treating severe complication of Crohn's disease

A Biological Wonder: Harvard Researchers Discover Embryonic Origins of Adult Pluripotent Stem Cells