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  • Stem cells provide a way to get rid of wrinkles

    Stem cells are like people. They start off fresh and full of energy. As time passes, every cell loses strength. So by adding them to the skin we may look younger and healthier. 



  • Organs grown from stem cells may save the lives

    A 10-year-old girl has had a major blood vessel in her body replaced with one grown with her own stem cells, Swedish doctors report. This is the latest in a series of body parts grown, or engineered, to match the tissue of the patient.


  • Lithuanian life sciences in "ILSI-BioMed" Israel 2012 conference

    Baltic Stem Cell Bank participated at the international exhibition "ILSI-Biomed 2012" in Tel-Aviv (Israel) held on May 21st to 23rd. Lithuanian representatives have the opportunity to present their own unique trials, results and discoveries.


  • Fighting baldness with umbilical cord stem cells

    Umbilical cord blood bacame applicable to treat baldess. researchers developed technology using Umbilica cord blood mesenchymal cells. They showed that several weeks after transplanation hair in bold places started to grow back. 



  • Artificial blood: fiction or reality?

    As people live longer and have more elective procedures as well as emergency or essential operations, the need for blood keeps on growing. Researchers believe that artificial blood could be realy helpful. A blood supply would never run dry and there would be no need for desperate calls for healthy donors. 

  • Stem cell could increase the number of kidney transplants

    Scientists believe that an injection of stem cells given alongside a kidney transplant could remove the need for a lifetime of drugs to suppress the immune system.


  • Brain support cells from umbilical cord blood

    For the first time ever, stem cells from umbilical cord have been converted into brain support cells called oligodendrocytes. This amazing new discovery may help in the development of new treatments for spinal cord injuries and diseases of the nervous system.

  • Clinical potential of cord blood-derived multipotent stem cells in Type 1 diabetes therapy

    Among patients with Type-1 diabetes, therapy using the patient's lymphocytes passed through a device with cord blood stem cells “re-educated” the patient's cells, suggesting a potential safe, lasting treatment for the disease. 

  • Promising hearing loss research: Umbilical Cord Stem Cells as cure for hearing loss

    US researchers in Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital have begun a groundbreaking trial to test the potential of umbilical cord blood transplants, to treat and possibly reverse hearing loss in infants. Data suggests progenitor cell infusions may enhance intrinsic repair mechanisms in the structures of the inner ear. This could ultimetely lead to hearing imrovement. 

  • Umbilical cord blood-derived stem cells for treatment of basilar artery thrombosis

    Korean scientist have reported the first case of basilar artery dissection treated with mesenchymal stem cells from umbilical cord. This case indicates that injections of mesenchymal stem cells can significantly improve patience, who suffer for infarction, life.