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Stem Cells Correct Skull Shape in Mouse Model of Childhood Disorder

News   Jan 08, 2021 | Original story from the NIH

 
Stem Cells Correct Skull Shape in Mouse Model of Childhood Disorder

A stem cell-based treatment given to young mice with craniosynostosis regenerated the flexible joints between skull bones and restored skull shape and size (bottom), compared to untreated animals (top), as shown in this 3D rendering. Credit: Amanda Frataccia, USC

 
 
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