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Researchers Engineer Growth Factor-mimicking Antibodies

News   Aug 28, 2019 | Original story from the University of Toronto

 
Researchers Engineer Growth Factor-mimicking Antibodies

University of Toronto researchers Stephane Angers and Sachdev Sidhu have created antibodies that could one day stimulate tissue in the body to repair itself, as described in a study published online in eLife, an open-access journal. Credi: Steve Southon, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto.

 
 
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