Device for bone-tissue regeneration designed for skull-damage repair

05/12/2014 | Engadget

Researchers at Rice University have developed a medical gel that uses patients' stem cells to promote bone regeneration. The device, which initially could be used for repairing damage in the skull, allows bone tissue to grow where it is needed by creating a scaffold that erodes when it is replaced by new tissue.

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