Scientists develop stronger type of synthetic collagen

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, have replaced collagen's natural amino acids with less-pliable versions to make a stronger and more stable type of artificial collagen. They think the technology could be used to help heal wounds and treat conditions such as arthritis.

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Wisconsin State Journal (Madison) · United Press International

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