Over the years, everyone loses a few brain cells. A study led by scientists from USC Stem Cell and the USC Neurorestoration Center presents evidence that adults can replenish at least some of what they’ve lost by generating new brain cells, and that this process is dramatically altered in patients with long-term epilepsy.
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Shanghai Cell Therapy Group launches collaboration with USC researcher to improve the ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic stem cells for clinical applications
Qi-Long Ying (Photo by Chris Shinn) Shanghai Cell Therapy Group (SHCell) recently entered into a six-year research collaborative project with Professor Qi-Long Ying from the University ... Read More »
USC scientists use brain organoids to study intellectual disability, with support from the SynGAP Research Fund
Twenty-day-old cortical organoid (Image by Tuan Nguyen/Quadrato Lab) Maybe a child misses a developmental milestone, such as rolling over, or saying that first word. Perhaps the ... Read More »