TITLE

New Frontiers in Stem Cell Research and Translational Approaches

AUTHOR(S)
Alessio, Nicola; Siniscalco, Dario; Peluso, Gianfranco; Galderisi, Umberto
PUB. DATE
January 2020
SOURCE
Biology (2079-7737);Jan2020, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Stem cell biology represents a challenging research area with a huge potential translational approach. This review focuses on the most recent findings on stem cell basics and clinics in several fields of research, as final outcome of the 10th conference held by Stem Cell Research Italy (SCR Italy) in Naples, Italy in June 2019. Current state-of-the-art and novel findings on stem cell research are discussed, bringing together basic and applied research with the newest insights in stem cell therapy.
ACCESSION #
141518022

 

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