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    • 06 August 2014:

      The regeneration gap: A special focus section highlights the barriers ahead to translating basic discoveries in stem cell biology into regenerative therapies.

    • 07 July 2014:

      Supercool!: We discuss new techniques for supercooling organs, for imaging eye disease and for studying cancer-causing mutations.

    • 05 June 2014:

      Young blood: We discuss the revitalizing effects of young blood and how exome sequencing could help guide personalized cancer treatments.

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