Cell Proliferation is an open access cell biology journal publishing research in all aspects of cell proliferation and differentiation in normal and abnormal states. We welcome submissions regarding stem cells, regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, cell cycle control, cell senescence, cell death, and mathematical modelling. The journal is considered essential reading for those involved in cancer research and stem cell research.

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Tetrahedral framework nucleic acid–based small‐molecule inhibitor delivery for ecological prevention of biofilm

  •  29 May 2024

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This study marks the first confirmation that tetrahedral framework nucleic acid efficiently loads the anti-biofilm small-molecule inhibitor, which inhibits biofilm formation in vitro and in vivo without bactericidal effects on pathogenic and symbiotic bacteria. The study introduces the innovative concept of ‘ecological prevention of biofilm’ for advancing the precise prevention of biofilm-related diseases.

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The Syvn1 inhibits neuronal cell ferroptosis by activating Stat3/Gpx4 axis in rat with spinal cord injury

  •  27 May 2024

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Syvn1 interacts with Stat3 to regulate its ubiquitination and stability, which in turn activates Gpx4 expression and ameliorates ferroptosis in neurons after SCI.

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Tissue specific stem cell therapy for airway regeneration

  •  27 May 2024

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Tissue specific stem cell therapy on an electrocautery-induced secondary atrophic rhinitis model.

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