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Stem Cells Growth Activated by Lasers

Posted by davids@stemsave.com on Jul 22, 2015 12:48:10 PM

Harvard researchers stimulated stem cell growth and tissue regeneration using low-powered laser beams in rodent teeth. The scientists photoactivated a latent growth factor complex found within the cells themselves. The ability to stimulate latent stem cells would have a positive impact on the efficacy of emerging regenerative treatments. While the research was conducted on teeth, researchers plan to apply the technique to different tissues in the near future to assess its potential to regenerate bone, skin, muscle and for would healing.

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Topics: stemsaveblog, dental pulp stem cells, laser, regenerating tissue, Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering

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