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Long-lasting Blood Vessel Repair in Animals Via Stem Cells

News   Oct 24, 2017 | Original story from Emroy University

 
Long-lasting Blood Vessel Repair in Animals Via Stem Cells

Implanted endothelial cells (red) contribute to host blood vessels (green), surviving as long as 10 months in mice. The endothelial cells were derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells, which can be generated from blood or skin cells. Credit: Young-sup Yoon

 
 
 

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