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Stem Cell technology produces ‘mighty mice’

Injured mice that were treated with stem cell therapy experienced muscle repair and enhancement, creating mighty mice with bulky muscles that stayed big and strong for the rest of their lives, U.S. researchers said this past week. These findings could lead to new treatments for human diseases that would help people resist the gradual erosion of muscle strength that comes with aging, Bradley Olwin, of the University of Colorado at Boulder, and colleagues reported in the journal Science Translational Medicine.

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