Stem Cells from Muscle Can Repair Nerve Damage After Injury, Pitt Researchers Show

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In some ground-breaking research, scientists have been able to use stem cells derived from human muscle tissue to repair nerve damage and restore function after injury to sciatic nerves.

And, even after 12 weeks, the regenerated nerve looked and functioned as a normal nerve.

Link to Story:

http://chrom.so/1i2fklC

In some ground-breaking research, scientists have been able to use stem cells derived from human muscle tissue to repair nerve damage and restore function after injury to sciatic nerves.

And, even after 12 weeks, the regenerated nerve looked and functioned as a normal nerve.

Link to Story:

http://www.upmc.com/media/NewsReleases/2014/Pages/pitt-study-stem-cells-repair-nerve-damage.aspx

http://chrom.so/1i2fklC

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