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Explore highlights of the exciting research happening at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation with Research Horizons. Each issue features recent studies published by Cincinnati Children's investigators. By combining cutting-edge research and education with the best in pediatric care, we are striving to improve the lives of children and families everywhere. In this issue, you will find the following feature stories that highlight some of our many world-class researchers:
Small but mighty gene exerts powerful influence over development, disease
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The role of cilia in how facial features develop
Scientists use iPSCs to grow human stomach tissue for the first time ever
New technology gives old cells new life
Researchers explore what makes us the size we are
Researchers explore a protein that triggers brain cell growth in young and old
Single cell studies open window on gene expression
How do early progenitor cells know where to go as the body develops?
Project Closes Gap Between Evidence and Practice, Wins Quality Transformation Award
Hostetter Named Director of Research Foundation
Twins Provide Clues for Battling Leukemia
Receipts Could Pose Harm to Cashiers
Gene Therapy for Hurler Syndrome Shows Promising Results
Cincinnati Children’s Named First U.S. INSPIRE Site
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