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7:09 PM | February 13, 2013
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In a study released today, scientists from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (UPSVM), explain how the Jagged-1 protein induces mesenchymal stem cells into becoming osteoblasts (bone forming cells). The study has implications in the field of bone regeneration and in the development of new treatments for a rare genetic disease called Alagille syndrome.Full Story

Zhu, F., Sweetwyne, M. & Hankenson, K. (2013). Pkcδ Is Required for Jagged-1 Induction of hMSC Osteogenic Differentiation, STEM CELLS, DOI:

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