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Promoting regeneration of aged skeletal muscle tissues using therapeutic agents

Stanford researchers have developed a unique approach to promote tissue regeneration by activating endogenous adult stem cells. Their work showed that acute activation of Notch by its ligand Delta markedly improved the regeneration of aged muscle, rende...
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Instrumented Tissue Expander and Use Thereof

Stanford graduate student Alexander Zoellner has developed an instrumented, implantable tissue expander designed to make the whole process faster, safer, and cheaper, as well as decrease patient discomfort and treatment time. With this technology, it's po...
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