Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 13:30 in Health & Medicine
Scientists have succeeded in generating new stem cells in living mice and say their success opens up possibilities for the regeneration of damaged tissue in people with conditions ranging from heart failure to spinal cord injury.
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- Stem cells repair damaged spinal cord tissueFri, 8 Oct 2010, 10:33:05 EDT
- Repairing spinal cord injury with manipulated neural stem cellsMon, 16 Aug 2010, 13:36:23 EDT
- Single adult stem cell can self renew, repair tissue damage in live mammalSun, 14 Dec 2008, 14:08:22 EST