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Revolutionizing Injury Recovery With Tendon Stem Cells

News   Nov 28, 2019 | Original story from Carnegie Science

 
Revolutionizing Injury Recovery With Tendon Stem Cells

This image shows the Patellar tendon 30 days after an injury. The red marks newly discovered tendon stem cells that have self-renewed and are layered over green marked, original tendon cells. During regeneration, some tendon stem cells differentiate to make newly regenerated tendon cells--a process during which they transition into a yellow-orange color. The blue indicates cellular nuclei. Credit: Photography is courtesy of Tyler Harvey.

 
 
 

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