Potent biology stem cells, cloning, and regeneration.
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- Physical Description: 2 videodiscs : color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Chevy Chase, Maryland : Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 2007
Bonus features:Four full-length presentations with detailed chapter stops; direct access to animations to illustrate a topic; discussion on stem cells and bioethics featuring two experts in te field; special features on stem cell theralpy and planaria regeneration, and a story on stem cells from NOVA scienc NOW
Stem cells are fundamental to biology. In the course of embryonic development, stem cells generate all the specialized cells that populate body tissues like muscle, the nervous system, and blood. In adults, reserves of stem cells repair and regenerate tissues damaged by disease and wounding. Because of the potential of stem cells to generate fresh, healthy cells, there is a huge interest in cultivating them to treat various diseases. This year's Holiday Lectures will explore exciting progress toward the goal of harnessing stem cells to treat diabetes, nerve damage, and heart disease--WWW page of biointeractive.org.
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