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Self-renewal of Adult Stem Cells to Repair Damaged Tissue

Scientists at Stanford University have brought recent stem cell research into the spotlight by highlighting the power of single adult stem cells to self-renew and repair tissue damage in mice. By treating muscle damage in animals, researchers have outlined the potential for skeletal adult stem cells to treat muscular dystrophy and age-related losses in muscle functionality.

Scientists at Stanford University have brought recent stem cell research into the spotlight by highlighting the power of single adult stem cells to self-renew and repair tissue damage in mice. By treating muscle damage in animals, researchers have outlined the potential for skeletal adult stem cells to treat muscular dystrophy and age-related losses in muscle functionality.

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