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Potential new strategy for improving stem cell therapy in cardiovascular diseases - drugdiscovery.com
Potential new strategy for improving stem cell therapy in cardiovascular diseases - drugdiscovery.com


Researchers have discovered that encapsulating mesenchymal stem cells in capsules made of alginate, a gel-like substance, makes them more effective as regenerative therapy after heart attack in an animal model.
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Tags: stem cell therapy, cardiovascular diseases, MSC, mesenchymal stem cells, heart attack, research - October 13, 2013
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