‘Master molecule’ may improve stem cell treatment of heart attacks

| June 22, 2012
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Johns Hopkins researchers have discovered that a single protein molecule may hold the key to turning cardiac stem cells into blood vessels or muscle tissue, a finding that may lead to better ways to treat heart attack patients.

View the original article here: ‘Master Molecule’ May Improve Stem Cell Treatment of Heart Attacks – Science Daily (press release)

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