New beginnings

How new cell origins could help renew heart vessels

The idea of regenerating tissue in coronary arteries after heart disease or injury has been slow to take hold because, although it's well-established that cells from the epicardium give rise to the smooth muscle in coronary arteries, little is known about which cells are involved or what governs their differentiation. Now, a group from Stanford University has

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