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Stem Cells From Muscle Could Address Diabetes-related Circulation Problems

News   Nov 07, 2017 | Original story from the University of Illinois

 
Stem Cells From Muscle Could Address Diabetes-related Circulation Problems

Positron emission tomography imaging monitors blood vessel formation in mice. Diabetic mice injected with mesenchymal stem cells showed angiogenic processes resembling that of nondiabetic animals. Credit: W. Lawrence Dobrucki

 
 
 

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