mercredi 30 avril 2014

Stem cell therapy regenerates heart muscle damaged from heart attacks in primates

Heart cells created from human embryonic stem cells successfully restored damaged heart muscles in monkeys, researchers report. Stem-cell derived heart muscle cells infiltrated into damaged heart tissue, assembled muscle fibers and began to beat in synchrony with macaque heart cells. Scientists are working to reduce the risk of heart rhythm problems and to see if pumping action improves. Stem cell therapy regenerates heart muscle damaged from heart attacks in primates

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