Therapeutic Cardiac Patches for Repairing the Myocardium
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in the Curative Treatment of Diabetes and Potential Impediments Ahead
CRISPR/Cas9 for Sickle Cell Disease: Applications, Future possibilities, and Challenges
Photoresponsive Hydrogels with Photoswitchable Stiffness: Emerging Platforms to Study Temporal Aspects of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Responses to Extracellular Stiffness Regulation
Cellular complexity at the interface: Challenges in enthesis tissue engineering
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells in Disease Modelling and Regeneration
Stem cells for the oromaxillofacial area: Could they be a promising source for regeneration in dentistry?
Stem Cells Derived from Dental Tissues
A Novel Virtue in Stem Cell Research: Exosomes and Their Role in Differentiation
Mesenchymal Stem Cells as Regulators of Carcinogenesis.
Much research has focused on the basic cellular and molecular biological aspects of stem cells. Much of this research has been fueled by their potential for use in regenerative medicine applications, which has in turn spurred growing numbers of translational and clinical studies. However, more work is needed if the potential is to be realized for improvement of the lives and well-being of patients with numerous diseases and conditions.
This book series 'Cell Biology and Translational Medicine (CBTMED)' as part of SpringerNature’s longstanding and very successful Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series, has the goal to accelerate advances by timely information exchange. Emerging areas of regenerative medicine and translational aspects of stem cells are covered in each volume. Outstanding researchers are recruited to highlight developments and remaining challenges in both the basic research and clinical arenas. This current book is the fifth volume of a continuing series.
• Provides up-to-date chapters on the area of cell biology and translational medicine
• Written by leading scientists from the field
• Serves readers with high quality and full color figures that support the text