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2:21 AM | February 19, 2013
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Researchers from the Northwestern University have released a new study where they describe a method for bladder regeneration using a combination of bone marrow stem cells and synthetic scaffolds. The study has potential in the development of new therapeutic methods for end-stage neurogenic bladder disease (ENBD) and other bladder-related conditions.Full Story

Arun K. Sharmaa, Matthew I. Burya, Natalie J. Fullera, Andrew J. Marksa, David M. Kollhoffd, Manoj V. Raod, Partha V. Hotae, Derek J. Matokad, Seby L. Edasseryf, Hatim Thakera, John F. Sarwarkg, Joseph A. Janickig, Guillermo A. Ameerc and Earl Y. Chenga (2013). CO-TRANSPLANTATION WITH SPECIFIC POPULATIONS OF SPINA BIFIDA BONE MARROW STEM/PROGENITOR CELLS ENHANCES URINARY BLADDER REGENERATION., STEM CELLS, Other: Link

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