The use of human iPS cells in the treatment of stroke in mice offers hope in the treatment of this serious medical problem, according to an article published in Stem Cell Research Therapy (2013,4:73), which states that neural stem cells derived from human iPS cells were transplanted in mice after cerebral ischemia was induced; these cells subsequently turned into functioning neural cells, showing restored neurological function of the damaged area of brain.
Human iPS cells, hope to a serious medical problem
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