Stay alert to the latest and greatest on stem cells. Enjoy this week’s “3 Bullet Thursday,” a weekly post that we do to update you on interesting and important findings within the world of stem cells.
1) These three countries deserve a mention for their recent stem cell innovation:
- Japan approved its first ever allogeneic stem cell product.
- Canada made headlines after a cord blood donation became the first stem cell transplant among siblings from a public cord blood bank.
- Britain’s embryology regulator received an application to genetically modify an embryo, which would be the first since a Chinese attempt earlier this year.
Of course, progress with 3D printing of stem cells is also advancing with leaps and bounds.
3) This article on dental stem cell storage has gotten the most views of any article on our site over the past week, suggesting growing interest in this “up and coming” stem cell market segment.
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