Researchers developing a less-invasive stem-cell procedure for horses

08/4/2011 | Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.), The

A team of faculty and student researchers at Cal Poly's Animal Science Department are working to capture stem cells from tissue cast off by horses and store the healthy cells in a bank for future use by veterinarians to treat the same animal for an injury such as a torn ligament. The scientists say this process would be less invasive, because it doesn't involve surgically removing cells from an animal.

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