Written by Allen Cone
Refined cells from a type of benign tumor regenerated skeletal muscle stem cells in mice with muscular dystrophy, according to a new study.
University of Minnesota Medical School researchers sought to find the source of cells to rebuild muscles. They found that teratomas — benign tumors that produce many types of cells, including hair follicles, muscle, and glands — could get the job done. Read more.
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