Unique Features of Cortical Bone Stem Cells Associated With Repair of the Injured Heart.

@article{Mohsin2015UniqueFO,
  title={Unique Features of Cortical Bone Stem Cells Associated With Repair of the Injured Heart.},
  author={Sadia Mohsin and Constantine D. Troupes and Timothy Starosta and Thomas E. Sharp and Elorm J. Agra and Shavonn C. Smith and Jason M. Duran and Neil Zalavadia and Yan Zhou and Hajime Kubo and Remus M. Berretta and Steven R. Houser},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={2015},
  volume={117 12},
  pages={
          1024-33
        }
}
RATIONALE Adoptive transfer of multiple stem cell types has only had modest effects on the structure and function of failing human hearts. Despite increasing the use of stem cell therapies, consensus on the optimal stem cell type is not adequately defined. The modest cardiac repair and functional improvement in patients with cardiac disease warrants identification of a novel stem cell population that possesses properties that induce a more substantial improvement in patients with heart failure… 

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