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A research team develops a Mini-Factory of Human Cardiac Tissue

A system developed by researchers from the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) and the Centre of Regenerative Medicine in Barcelona (CMR[B]) is capable of producing tissues in a laboratory that simulate the behaviour of the human heart. The tissues produced by this bioengineering system could be used to pre-evaluate the toxicity of drugs in the heart without using animal models.


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A CMR[B] – IDIBELL research paper is selected by Stem Cell Reports among the best in its field


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Anna Veiga, Leandro Cervera SCB Career Award


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03/06/2019

Cells with two nuclei could be key in the regeneration of the heart


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•	Molt Hble. Sr. Joaquim Torra i Pla, President de la Generalitat de Catalunya  •	H. Sra. Alba Vergés i Bosch, Consellera de Salut de la Generalitat de Catalunya •	Dr. Gabriel Capellá, director IDIBELL •	Prof. Dr. Angel Raya, director CMR[B] i del P-

The new Program for Regenerative Medicine in Catalonia has officially launched


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Scientists Differentiate First of Kind iPS cells from Human Plexiform Neurofibroma to Neural Crest and Schwann Cells


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Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) Generated from Human NF1 Associated Plexiform Neurofibromas made available to the research community


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Meritxell Rovira

Meritxell Rovira-Clusellas, L'Oréal-Unesco Research Award "For Women in Science"


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Photographs of hearts that underwent regeneration (left hand picture, heart amputated when mouse was 1 day old), or that failed to regenerate and formed scar tissue (right hand image, heart amputated when mouse was 2 days old or older). Source: CMR[B
02/05/2018

Young at heart: a novel window to cardiac regeneration

Pharmacological modification of the cellular microenvironment extends the regenerative capacity of the heart in neonatal mice


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Three-dimensional reconstruction of cells expressing the EphB2 receptor in the membrane of cells that have been stimulated with the ephrin ligand. Cells collide leaving a trace of projections at the base of the substrate.

Deciphering cell language

New insights into the intercellular communications mechanism that regulates cell repositioning leads the way towards the development of targeted therapies in regenerative medicine


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