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A New Method to Enrich for Osteoprogenitors in Stem Cells

Jun 27, 2016 1:00:23 PM / by Dalia Gaddis posted in Bone, Bone Marrow, bone marrow, CD34, osteoprogenitors, Stem Cell Therapy, Stem Cells, tissue regeneration

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Scientists find that the marker CD34 may enrich for osteoprogenitors in bone marrow stem cells.

The use of stem cells for bone regeneration is an idea that scientists have been experimenting with for a few decades. In a previous blog, we highlighted new research where stem cells isolated from extracellular vesicles can help regenerate bone tissue. Here, we focus on another exciting study that may benefit bone regeneration from these cells.

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A New Player in Tissue Bioengineering: Vesicles from Stem Cells Can Regenerate Bone.

Apr 4, 2016 1:00:19 PM / by Dalia Gaddis posted in Bone, Extracellular Vesicles, Bone Marrow, Innovation, Regeneration, research, Tissue Bioengineering

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Researchers find that extracellular vesicles derived from bone marrow stem cells can lead to osteoblast activation and bone regeneration.

While the idea of regenerating organs such as hearts, lungs and kidneys in the laboratory is still purely experimental and a long way from being used for treatment procedures in patients, everyday scientists are inching closer to that dream. This time, the success is with bone tissue re-engineering, as scientists discover that extracellular vesicles from bone marrow stem cells can regulate osteoblast activity and lead to bone regeneration.

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