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Human Skeletal Stem Cells Isolated for the First Time

News   Sep 21, 2018 | Story sourced from Stanford Medicine

 
Human Skeletal Stem Cells Isolated for the First Time

A small bone structure arising from the human skeletal stem cell contains cartilage (blue), bone marrow (brown) and bone (yellow). Courtesy of the Longaker and Chan labs

 
 
 

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