Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered the stem cell in mice that gives rise to bone, cartilage and a key part of bone marrow called the stroma.
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Stanford researchers isolate stem cell that gives rise to bones, cartilage in mice
Stanford University is joining with the state's largest teachers union to prepare schools for new learning goals that will change the way California students are taught and tested.
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Stanford teams with teacher union CTA to train for Common Core
Induced pluripotent stem cells made from patients with a form of blistering skin disease can be genetically corrected and used to grow back healthy skin cells in laboratory dishes, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have found. They've termed the new technique 'therapeutic reprogramming.'
( Stanford University Medical Center ) Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a new strategy that they say could detect bladder cancer with more accuracy and sensitivity than standard endoscopy methods. Endoscopy refers to a procedure in which surgeons use an instrument equipped with a lens to see inside the patient.
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New molecular imaging technology could improve bladder-cancer detection
As many as one-third of previously published randomized clinical trials could be re-analyzed in ways that modify the conclusions of how many or what types of patients need to be treated, according to a new study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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Re-analysis of clinical trial data can change conclusions, say Stanford researchers
Fluxion Biosciences Announces Collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine for New Circulating Cancer …
Fluxion Biosciences, Inc. announced today that it has initiated a collaboration with the Stanford University School of Medicine focused on developing tests to help deliver more effective therapies to cancer patients.