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Current Molecular Medicine is an interdisciplinary journal focused on providing the readership with current and comprehensive reviews on fundamental molecular mechanisms of disease pathogenesis, the development of molecular-diagnosis and/or novel approaches to rational treatment. The reviews should be of significant interest to basic researchers and clinical investigators in molecular medicine. Periodically the journal will invite guest editors to devote an issue on a basic research area that shows promise to advance our understanding of the molecular mechanism(s) of a disease or has potential for clinical applications.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

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Volume 13, Number 5, June 2013

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Pluripotency-Regulating Networks Provide Basis for Reprogramming
pp. 695-706(12)
Authors: Aksoy, I.; Stanton, L.W.

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Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Somatic Stem Cells as Tool to Study the Role of MicroRNAs in Early Human Neural Development
pp. 707-722(16)
Authors: Roese-Koerner, B.; Stappert, L.; Koch, P.; Brustle, O.; Borghese, L.

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Human Progenitor Cells for Bone Engineering Applications
pp. 723-734(12)
Authors: de Peppo, G.M.; Thomsen, P.; Karlsson, C.; Strehl, R.; Lindahl, A.; Hyllner, J.

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The Dark Side of Stem Cells: Triggering Cancer Progression by Cell Fusion
pp. 735-750(16)
Authors: Dittmar, T.; Nagler, C.; Niggemann, B.; Zanker, K.S.

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MicroRNAs and Cancer: Towards a Personalized Medicine
pp. 751-756(6)
Author: Fabbri, M.

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MicroRNA Regulation and Role in Stem Cell Maintenance, Cardiac Differentiation and Hypertrophy
pp. 757-764(8)
Authors: Kuppusamy, K.T.; Sperber, H.; Ruohola-Baker, H.

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Improved Generation of Patient-Specific Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Using a Chemically-Defined and Matrigel-Based Approach
pp. 765-776(12)
Authors: Groβ, B.; Sgodda, M.; Rasche, M.; Schambach, A.; Gohring, G.; Schlegelberger, B.; Greber, B.; Linden, T.; Reinhardt, D.; Cantz, T.; Klusmann, J.-H.

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What Makes a Pluripotency Reprogramming Factor?
pp. 806-814(9)
Authors: Jauch, R.; Kolatkar, P.R.

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Open Access The Multiple Aspects of Stroke and Stem Cell Therapy
pp. 821-831(11)
Author: Onteniente, B.

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Disease-Specific iPS Cell Models in Neuroscience
pp. 832-841(10)
Authors: Peitz, M.; Jungverdorben, J.; Brustle, O.

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Improved Hepatic Differentiation Strategies for Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
pp. 842-855(14)
Authors: Sgodda, M.; Mobus, S.; Hoepfner, J.; Sharma, A.D.; Schambach, A.; Greber, B.; Ott, M.; Cantz, T.

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Roadmap to Cellular Reprogramming – Manipulating Transcriptional Networks with DNA, RNA, Proteins and Small Molecules
pp. 868-878(11)
Authors: Worsdorfer, P.; Thier, M.; Kadari, A.; Edenhofer, F.

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