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A new biomaterial for ear reconstruction A new biomaterial for ear reconstruction http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-muellerProf. Ralph Müller, Prof. Paul Gatenholm, Anette Jork, Prof. Nicole Rotter, Prof. Gerjo van Osch, Jens Riesle
A novel approach to regenerate blood vessels A novel approach to regenerate blood vessels http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-di-santoDr. Stefano Di Santo, Dr. Robert Hans Andres, Prof. Hans Rudolf Widmer
Analysis of thymus development Analysis of thymus development http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-hollaenderProf. Georg Holländer
Boosting the healing of wounds Boosting the healing of wounds http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-sommerProf. Lukas Sommer
How an embryo develops from a sperm and an egg How an embryo develops from a sperm and an egg http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-petersDr. Antoine Peters
How does heart tissue regenerate? How does heart tissue regenerate? http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-pedrazziniProf. Thierry Pedrazzini, Prof. Dario Diviani, Prof. Daniel Schorderet
Legal and ethical challenges of stem cell donation Legal and ethical challenges of stem cell donation http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-halterDr. Jörg Halter, Dr. Thomas Bart, Prof. Alberto Bondolfi, Yvonne Fischer, PD Dr. Urs Schanz, Prof. Kurt Seelmann
Mapping stem cell diversity in the adult brain Mapping stem cell diversity in the adult brain http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-raineteauDr. Olivier Raineteau
Nerve stem cells: Control and communication Nerve stem cells: Control and communication http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-knueselDr. Irene Knüsel
New understanding in the regeneration of insulin-producing cells New understanding in the regeneration of insulin-producing cells http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-herreraProf. Pedro Herrera
Stopping stem cells from becoming brain tumors Stopping stem cells from becoming brain tumors http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-reichertProf. Heinrich Reichert, Prof. Jürgen Knoblich
The KRAB gene family and its role in the development of human beings The KRAB gene family and its role in the development of human beings http://www.nrp63.ch/en/projects/project-tronoProf. Didier Trono

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