Stem Cell Update from Save-A-Tooth

Dental study provides wealth of stem cell information

A new Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC study uncovers new details on how bundles of nerves and arteries interact with stem cells.
It’s one thing to get a stem cell to turn into something that closely resembles another kind of cell, say a heart cell. But it’s another thing altogether to get it to change into a cell that not only resembles another cell, but acts exactly like it too.
University of Miami researchers explore potential of stem cell therapy to repair heart damage

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 <span class="cutline_leadin">FRONTIERS IN CARDIAC CARE: </span> Dr. Joshua Hare, director of the Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute of UM’s Miller School of Medicine, explains images of a culture of myocardial cells and myocardial stem cells.</p><br /><br />

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