Learn about the properties of stem cells and different types.

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Learn about generalization of specialized cells from stem cells.

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Regenerative medicine is a field of medicine that aims to treat human disease by replacing damaged tissue with cells or tissues created from stem cells or engineered biological materials.

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iPSCs are stem cells created from differentiated cells by cellular reprogramming.

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DNA barcoding is helping in the fight against diseases like malaria, sleeping sickness, and avian influenza.

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A trachea, grown from the cells in a lab has saved a young girl's life. Watch the video to find out how! You can also read our related article.

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In a groundbreaking operation in April 2013, a 2 ½-year-old girl received a functioning trachea (windpipe) after breathing through a plastic tube in her neck since she was born.

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Understanding what substances athletes use, as well as why and how they use them, helps shed light on the problem commonly referred to as “doping” and its role in sports today.

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Mussels' natural “stickiness” is helping scientists develop alternatives to techniques currently used to close up surgical wounds.

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