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Honing in on Stem Cells – Molecules Direct Stem Cells To Sites of Inflammation.

Posted by taylor@stemsave.com on Apr 14, 2015 1:36:00 PM

Bioengineers from Brigham Women’s Hospital have identified several microscopic compounds that can vastly improve the efficiency of stem cell clinical applications. The molecules, when attached to the surface of mesenchymal stem cells [MSCs], allow the cells to home in on target blood vessels to travel directly to the site of damage or disease and stay there long enough to treat the problem.

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Topics: liver cells, regenerating liver, Liver disease, honing molecules

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