Researchers create stem cell pastes for bone tissue regeneration

09/24/2009 | New Kerala (India)

U.S. researchers said an injectable tissue-engineering scaffold made up of bone marrow stem cells showed "excellent attachment and osteogenic differentiation." The findings could open the way for the creation of strong, malleable and injectable stem cell pastes used to regrow bone tissue to help heal broken bones, fractures, genetic defects and bone wounds.

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