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Immune Cells Help Older Muscles Heal Like New

News   Oct 03, 2018 | by Ken Kingery for Duke University

 
Immune Cells Help Older Muscles Heal Like New

Following injury, macrophages rescue myofibers from cell death and muscle stem cells activate and contribute to tissue regeneration. Image credit: Emma Shelton, The Cell Image Libary

 
 
 

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