Scope of the journal

Stem Cell Biology and Research  includes all aspects of stem cells and regenerative medicine, cell biology, genetics, developmental biology, epigenetics and molecular biology. Stem Cell Biology and Research welcome original research articles, reviews, hypothesis emphasizing the characterization of stem cells, signalling pathways, biochemistry and stem cell micro-environment.View More...

Special Sections

Articles published in the journal will also be included under the special section that falls within the scope of each section. The special sections are as follows:
Stem Cell Therapy | Cancer Stem Cells | Organ Generation | Self-renewal cells | Autoimmune Diseases | Bone Marrow Transplantation | Cytopenias | Optic stem cell therapy | Neurological stem cell Conditions | Leukemia

HypothesisOpen Access | Stem Cell Therapy

Potential combination endothelial progenitor cell and antiviral therapies for reversal of impaired angiogenesis induced by SARS-CoV-2 infection

Prasad S Koka, Bharathi Ramdass, Srinivasa T Reddy
Stem Cell Biology and Research 7: 1

Original ResearchOpen Access | Stem Cell Therapy

Bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) stimulate neurite outgrowth from differentiating adult hippocampal progenitor cells

Eun-Ah Ye, Sagar S Chawla, Michael Z Khan, Donald S Sakaguchi
Stem Cell Biology and Research 3: 3

Case reportOpen Access | Stem Cell Therapy

Pre-SVF arthroscopy: A case report of new concept of meniscus and cartilage regeneration using arthroscopy followed by intra-articular injection of adipose-derived stromal vascular fraction

Nizar Al-Salahat
Stem Cell Biology and Research 3: 2

Original ResearchOpen Access | Stem Cell Therapy

Phenotypic characterization of equine synovial fluid-derived chondroprogenitor cells

Yuwen Chen, Marta Bianchessi, Holly Pondenis, Matthew Stewart
Stem Cell Biology and Research 3: 1

CommentaryOpen Access | Stem Cell Therapy

Flow cytometry and compensation of highly autofluorescent cells: the example of mesenchymal stem cells

Anja B Bohn, Bjarne K Moller, Mikkel S Petersen
Stem Cell Biology and Research 2: 4

Original ResearchOpen Access | Organ Generation

Reversal of hair greying following autologous adipose mesenchymal stem cell transplantations: a coincidental finding

Jaymesh Thadani, Prashant Kshatriya, Anant Marathe, Rajni Vyas, Bhaskar Vyas, Kaushik Deb
Stem Cell Biology and Research 2: 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

The stem cell biology of the protist pathogen Entamoeba invadens in the context of eukaryotic stem cell evolution

Vladimir F Niculescu
Stem Cell Biology and Research 2: 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

Directed differentiation protocols for successful human intestinal organoids derived from multiple induced pluripotent stem cell lines

Amanda L Kauffman, Jason E Ekert, Alexandra V Gyurdieva, Michael A Rycyzyn, Pamela J Hornby
Stem Cell Biology and Research 2: 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Separating and connecting properties of the interface within the renal stem/progenitor cell niche

Will W. Minuth, Lucia Denk
Stem Cell Biology and Research 1: 4

Original ResearchOpen Access

The cell system of Giardia lamblia in the light of the protist stem cell biology

Vladimir F Niculescu
Stem Cell Biology and Research 1: 3

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Dr. Prasad S Koka
is currently working as Professor at Biomedical Research Institute of Southern California, USA. His major research interest is on stem cell biology, bacteriophages, retrovirology, immunology, immunogenetics, neuro-AIDS, hematopoiesis in HIV infection, humanized SCID animal models, cancer & regenerative medicine.

Stem Cell Biology and Research Subject Areas

Embryonic stem cells, Mesenchymal stem cells, Hematopoietic stem cell, Embryonic germ cells, Induced pluripotent stem cells, Blastocyst, Microenvironment, Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition(EMT), Cancer stem cells, Multipotent, Neural stem cell, Pluripotent, Inner cell mass (ICM), Proliferation, markers, Neoplast, Regenerative medicine, Reproductive cloning, Somatic cell, Somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT), Stromal cells, Therapeutic cloning, Trophectoderm, Trophoblast, Undifferentiation, Cell-based therapies, Cell division, Cell culture, Cord blood stem cells, Placenta, Amniotic fluid, Directed differentiation, Feeder layer, Epigenetics.