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Breakthrough on damaged heart cells

Scientists have turned back the hands of a biological clock to rejuvenate ageing and damaged human heart cells. Using stem cells, they reset a molecular mechanism that determines the rate at which cells age. Although the work on human cells was confined to the laboratory, the same technique has been successfully tested in mice and pigs Continue reading



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Breakthrough on damaged heart cells

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Heart rejuvenated with modified stem cells

NEW ORLEANS, July 23 (UPI) — U.S. scientists said they modified stem cells that rejuvenated damaged and aged heart tissue in older heart failure patients. Sadia Mohsin, a postdoctoral research scholar at San Diego State University’s Heart Institute, said the finding could one day lead to new treatments for heart failure patients Continue reading



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