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Control of cell cycle regulation and differentiation in oligodendrocytes

We have identified and characterized several genes that play a functional role in regulating the generation of myelinating cells in the central nervous system. The manipulation of these genes, either in a patient's own cells or in stem cells to be implan...
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Follistatin-like 1 protein to promote hair growth

Dr. Anthony Oro and colleagues have discovered a patented method to treat hair loss with follistatin-like 1 protein. Hair growth begins in follicles under the skin. The hair follicle undergoes repeated, genetically controlled cycles of proliferation, re...
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