Induced pluripotent stem cells or IPS cells just might be the most exciting development in the stem cell field over the last 15 years. They have unique potential for clinical impact for regenerative medicine too, both through their use to produce differentiated cellular therapies and indirectly via disease modeling as well as drug screening. The scientist who first made them, Dr. Shinya Yamanaka, received the Nobel Prize in 2012 for this discovery. Dr. Yamanaka thought outside the box. He applied basic science knowledge gained ...Read More

The post What are induced pluripotent stem cells or IPS cells & clinical prospects? appeared first on The Niche.

Read Original