Researchers discover bone stem cells in adult mice

04/27/2010 | HealthDay News

NIH scientists have identified bone-producing stem cells in several areas, including the spine and cartilage-rich parts of other bones, and also found factors that play a role in regulating the growth of the cells. They said the cells that were discovered in adult mice might someday be used to treat injured or malformed bones.

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