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US scientists have found that newborn mice can repair themselves after an injury, an important discovery that brings hopes that healing can occur with damaged hearts in people.
ATLANTA, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- CorMatrix Cardiovascular, Inc., a medical device company dedicated to developing and delivering unique extracellular matrix (ECM) biomaterial devices that harness the body's innate ability to repair damaged cardiovascular tissue, announced today that investigators from the Mercer University School of Medicine, Emory University and CorMatrix Cardiovascular, Inc.
Researchers appear to have a new way to fix a broken heart. They have devised a method to coax heart muscle cells into reentering the cell cycle, allowing the differentiated adult cells to divide and regenerate healthy heart tissue after a heart attack
U.S. researchers, in a study in mice, found bone marrow stem cells improve cardiac function.
U.S. researchers say they are seeking people for a trial to test the safety of using patients' own stem cells to repair their damaged hearts.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6b8b32/neocardiogenesis) has announced the addition of the "NeoCardiogenesis - Celebrating The Birth Of Regenerative Cardiology" report to their offering.
U.S. scientists say they've identified a new group of stem cells that can create cardiomyocytes, or heart muscle cells, to regenerate injured heart tissue.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - An experimental therapy using the body's bone marrow stem cells to repair damage done to cardiac tissue and blood vessels in a heart attack does not appear to work, German researchers reported on Tuesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Bone marrow cells (BMCs) transplanted into damaged areas of the heart reduce the amount of damage and improve heart performance, physicians in Germany report.
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