In the March 2018 Journal Club, we talked about how the researchers found out how to supercharge stem cells in a recent article the video is now available for you to enjoy. Reference [1] Chen, Y., J.D. Podlevsky, D. Logeswaran and J.J.-L. Chen (2018). A single nucleotide incorporation step limits human telomerase repeat addition activity. EMBO. J….

The next edition of Journal Club will be on 20th March at 13:00 EST/18:00 UK where we will be discussing a new discovery about telomerase, and a potential way we might use it to improve tissue regeneration in humans. We have talked about how the researchers found out how to supercharge stem cells in a…

In the February edition of Journal Club, we talked about the new publication by Dr. Maria Blasco which demonstrates the reversal of pulmonary fibrosis in a new mouse model. This is an important step forward for the potential treatment of fibrosis as currently there are no effective cures for this disease. We also wrote an…

Researchers at the School of Molecular Sciences at Arizona State University have discovered a potential way to supercharge our stem cells and reverse some aspects of cellular aging. The Hayflick limit Normal cells cannot divide indefinitely; they have a built-in replicative limit, which is often called the Hayflick limit after its discoverer, Leonard Hayflick. This…

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