A rare forum on stem cell biology.
A rare forum on stem cell biology, engineering and clinical translation On March 23, through the 41st Annual Meeting & Exhibition of the American Association for Oral Research , held in conjunction with the 36th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Teeth Research, a symposium titled ‘TMJ: Stem Cell Biology and Engineering toward Clinical Translation’ will provide a uncommon forum for multidisciplinary discussion of the biology, engineering and clinical translation of fundamental discoveries towards novel clinical therapy. The symposium is co-sponsored by the Craniofacial Biology, Mineralized Tissue and Neuroscience Scientific Analysis Sets of the International Association for Dental care Research.Sarah Bailey and Dr. Michelle Lane and funded by the University of Texas at Austin.
ADIPOQ gene variations associated with colorectal cancer risk, brand-new study reveals Adiponectin, a collagen-like proteins secreted by fat cells, derives from the ADIPOQ gene. Variations in this gene might boost risk for type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and different cancers. A fresh study that links particular variants in the ADIPOQ gene to either higher or lower colorectal malignancy risk is released in Genetic Tests and Molecular Biomarkers, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.