Stroke victims benefit from stem cell scaffolds

03/9/2009 | BBC

U.K. scientists working on mice were able to replace brain tissues damaged by stroke within a week after injecting small polymer balls filled with neural stem cells. The biodegradable balls served as a scaffold that enabled the cells to develop brain tissues in the cavity. They plan to use the VEGF protein to stimulate the growth of blood vessels in the treated areas.

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