Regeneration of skeletal muscle

  title={Regeneration of skeletal muscle},
  author={Neill J Turner and Stephen F. Badylak},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
Skeletal muscle has a robust capacity for regeneration following injury. However, few if any effective therapeutic options for volumetric muscle loss are available. Autologous muscle grafts or muscle transposition represent possible salvage procedures for the restoration of mass and function but these approaches have limited success and are plagued by associated donor site morbidity. Cell-based therapies are in their infancy and, to date, have largely focused on hereditary disorders such as… CONTINUE READING
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