Functional effects of human stem cell delivery to heart muscle after heart attack
from Mary Ann Liebert Inc. Publishers via ScienceDaily
Researchers delivered human stem cells seeded in biological sutures to the damaged heart muscles of rats following induced acute myocardial infarction and assessed the effects on cardiac function one week later. The differences in mechanical function at a local and global level when stem cell-seeded sutures were used compared to sutures without stem cells have now been documented.
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