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p38 MAP kinase inhibitors for tissue-specific stem cell rejuvenation and expansion

Researchers in Prof. Helen Blau’s laboratory have discovered that tissue-specific stem cells from aging animals can be rejuvenated and expanded by inhibiting p38 MAP kinase. Initial studies on ex vivo cultures of skeletal muscle stem cells showed that t...
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Cell type-specific analysis of microarrays (csSAM)

A multidisciplinary team of Stanford researchers has developed a suite of algorithms to estimate the gene expression data for each cell type within a complex, heterogenous tissue sample such as blood. With traditional microarray analysis methods, detecti...
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