The Science Regeneration

Regeneration

Tissue, organ & neural regeneration research are key parts of extending lifespan. Read scientific papers and articles on regenerative medicine advancements.

type

Regeneration

Ex Vivo Cell Therapy by Ectopic Hepatocyte Transplantation Treats the Porcine Tyrosinemia Model of Acute Liver Failure

Human liver disease is modeled in swine. Liver cells transplanted, forming ectopic livers that cured fatal disease.

September 11, 2020

Read More
Regeneration

Development of Ectopic Livers by Hepatocyte Transplantation Into Swine Lymph Nodes

Transplanted swine liver cells are engrafted into the lymph nodes, proliferated, and form ectopic mini-livers.

August 18, 2020

Read More
Regeneration

Engineering strategies for generating hypoimmunogenic cells with high clinical and commercial value

The engineering of allogeneic cells to be ‘hypoimmunogenic’, also referred to as ‘universal’, so that they evade a host's immune system would be transformative for regenerative medicine.

October 29, 2019

Read More
Regeneration

Toward a unified theory of aging and regeneration

A unified model of aging and loss of regenerative potential is emerging that may ultimately be translated into new therapeutic approaches for establishing induced tissue regeneration and modulation of the embryo-onco phenotype of cancer.

August 27, 2019

Read More
Regeneration

Host Lymphotoxin-β Receptor Signaling Is Crucial for Angiogenesis of Metanephric Tissue Transplanted into Lymphoid Sites

Unraveling some of the molecular signaling that appears to be crucial for engrafted kidney tissue to grow.

August 18, 2019

Read More
Regeneration

Kidney‐in‐a‐lymph node: A novel organogenesis assay to model human renal development and test nephron progenitor cell...

Expands upon findings in mice that show human ectopic kidney tissues can be grown using the lymph node as a bioreactor.

July 2, 2019

Read More
Regeneration

Clonal derivation of white and brown adipocyte progenitor cell lines from human pluripotent stem cells

Exploration of an alternative approach involving the identification of clonal self-renewing human embryonic progenitor (hEP) cell lines following partial hPS cell differentiation and selection of scalable clones.

January 7, 2019

Read More
Newsletter

Stay informed with our scientific views on healthy aging & longevity.

Yes, I would like to receive promotional emails from Juvenescence. You can unsubscribe at any time. Privacy Notice
Welcome to your healthy aging community.