Stem cells derived from cortical bone, which are considered highly pluripotent, may be more efficient in regenerating heart tissue than cardiac stem cells, a preclinical study found. The findings were published in the journal Circulation Research.
Cortical bone stem cells outperform cardiac cells in study
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