Embryonic Stem Cells for Tendon Injuries in Horses Examined

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Stem cell therapy for tendon injuries is used increasingly in clinical practice, yet a number of important hurdles persist that made one group of researchers look at using embryonic stem cells rather than bone marrow-derived stem cells in horses. "Obtaining mesenchymal stem cells obtained from a horse’s own bone marrow is invasive, and it then takes two to four weeks to

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