Clay nanoparticles aid stem cells in repairing damaged tissue and bone

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Clay nanoparticles may help stem cells regenerate bone and tissue as well as bind bone stem cells where they're needed in the body. "The ability of clay nanoparticles to bind biological molecules presents a unique opportunity to control the local environment at a site of injury or disease to stimulate and control stem cell-driven repair," University of Southampton researcher Jon Dawson said.

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