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Cryopreservation: Wood frogs may provide a guide to preserving donor organs

Pittsburgh Post Gazette | 
Long-term preservation of donor organs and tissue for on-demand transplants and medical procedures sounds futuristic...But, hey, the Arctic wood frog ...

Corneal stem cell research rapidly translated to the clinic shows promise

Pittsburgh Post Gazette | 
In Hyderabad, India, Sayan Basu is using stem cells in a pilot project to restore the eyesight of patients with ...

Rewinding cell development: Sisters’ cells reveal rare gene mutation

Pittsburgh Post Gazette | 
As siblings, Hayley and Bari Mogul share biological characteristics. Unfortunately one that they share is a rare metabolic disorder that ...

Genes not the only predictor of a human’s fate, even in identical twins

Pittsburgh Post Gazette | 
The following is an excerpt. On Jan. 16, Pauline Friedman Phillips, the woman who wrote under the pen name Abigail ...

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