A novel way of converting human skin cells directly into functional brain cells is likely to revolutionise regenerative medicine and drug discovery.
Sheng Ding's latest research from Gladstone Institutes offers new hope for tackling degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's, as well as for the possibility of cell-replacement therapy to reduce the trauma of millions of people affected by these irreversible conditions.- Is science extending it's frontiers ever ?
Yes,it is a very good news in the interest of the mankind as a whole.Thanks for posting it for the benefit of friends on this forum.The advancement in science in general and medicine and biochemistry in particular is unraveling new spaces which is most laudable.i wish the report comes true as early as possible for the benefit of patients suffering from such irreversible diseases.
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Good improvement; In the past the Chemicals for overcoming the ageing process existed by using Mercury thr' intricate Ayurvedic methods. They are now forgotten after the alopathy has come in this country.