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Nanofiber-enhanced Delivery of Stem Cells for Muscle Repair

This project involving Samuel Stupp’s Northwestern group and Helen Blau’s laboratory at Stanford University emerged as a result of CRN’s networking activities. The collaborators aim to develop a novel regenerative approach for muscle tissue by combining the regenerative properties of stem cells with highly specialized nanofiber environments. This research could lead to new therapies to treat diseases such as muscular dystrophy and other degenerative muscle conditions related to aging.
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CRN catalyzes new research in regenerative medicine using nanotechnology strategies.