Stem Cell Success in Mice

May 5, 2010

Columbia University: In a Retinitis Pigmentosa model of mice, stem cells from RPE cells were successful in restoring sight in 25% of the mice. Stem cells is looked upon as our last best hope for restoring damaged neural tissue, and let’s hope stem cells become routine in a few years.




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