Stem cells injected into mice with muscular dystrophy

| June 29, 2012
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For the first time, scientists have turned muscular dystrophy patients’ fibroblast cells (common cells found in connective tissue) into stem cells and then differentiated them into muscle precursor cells. The muscle cells were then genetically modified and transplanted into mice.

View the original article here: Stem Cells Injected Into Mice with Muscular Dystrophy – Ivanhoe

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