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Magnetised Stem Cells Could Treat Arthritis, Keele University Study



4/21/2009 7:20:42 AM

New Scientist -- MAGNETS are being used to control the transformation of stem cells into specific tissues. They could also be used to guide stem cells to target locations in the body, allowing arthritic joints and torn cartilage, for example, to be repaired without surgery.

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