Equine Umbilical Cord Stem Cells Isolated; Suitable for Variety of Uses

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Stem cells have been isolated successfully from the equine umbilical cord. Once collected, these cells (referred to as umbilical cord matrix cells) can then be preserved frozen, cultured, and differentiated into a host of cell lines, including bone, cartilage, fat, and those of the nervous system.

Currently, stem cells are obtained from either fat or bone marrow of adult

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