Study: Special gel allowed for new blood vessel growth

U.S. researchers said a special gel, called polyethylene glycol hydrogel, helped stimulate the growth of new blood vessels in specially designed rat models. The gel, which contains enzymes and growth factors, could provide a way for patients to develop their own bypasses and serve as a kind of breeding ground for pancreatic cells to treat patients with Type 1 diabetes, the researchers said.

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