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Stem cells produce, maintain and renew all the different cell types and lineages in the growing embryo and in adult organs. Stem cells will be important in regenerative medicine, and are also involved in many cancers.
Adult Stem Cell Laboratory
Epithelial Stem Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine Laboratory
Haematopoietic Stem Cell Laboratory
Immunity & Cancer Laboratory
Cellular Phase of Alzheimer’s Disease Laboratory
Neurodegeneration Biology Laboratory
Physiology and Metabolism Laboratory
Neural Stem Cell Biology Laboratory
Stem Cell and Cancer Biology Laboratory
Stem Cell Biology and Developmental Genetics Laboratory
Tumour-Host Interaction Laboratory
Ocular Genomics and Therapeutics Laboratory
Stem Cell & Human Development Laboratory
Development and Homeostasis of the Nervous System Laboratory
Human Stem Cells and Neurodegeneration Laboratory
Cancer Epigenetics Laboratory
Neural Circuit Bioengineering and Disease Modelling Laboratory
Developmental Biology Laboratory
Stem Cells and Neuromuscular Regeneration Laboratory
Sex Chromosome Biology Laboratory