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Posted at Feb 17, 2014 by MG

Researchers rejuvenate stem cell population from elderly mice, enabling muscle recovery » sciencedaily.com

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Researchers have pinpointed why normal aging is accompanied by a diminished ability to regain strength and mobility after muscle injury: over time, stem cells within muscle tissues dedicated to repairing damage become less able to generate new muscle fibers and struggle to self-renew. Scientists identified for the first time a process by which the older muscle stem cell populations can be rejuvenated to function like younger cells.

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