Stem cells from female muscles better at regenerating tissue

04/9/2007 | MSNBC

Researchers have found the stem cells taken from the muscles of female mice do a better job of regenerating tissue than the cells from the muscles of male mice. The finding could have major implications for developing stem cells for therapies, if it is replicated in humans.

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