Gypsum — no: American scientists have learned to repair a broken bone with collagen

Experts from the US have discovered a unique way that quickly leads to healthy bone tissue without the use of plaster. The method is based on the use of ultrasound and stem cells.

Scientists from the Medical center in Los Angeles conducted a study on animals, placing in the gap between the edges of the damaged bone fiber construction of the protein collagen.

For several weeks the protein is pulled out of the broken bone stem cells, after which test subjects were introduced a gene that directed the process of the cells in the desired direction. Further, the applied ultrasound, which helped genetic material to reach the cell nucleus.

Scientists believe that the fabric is no worse than its own bones and medical transplants.



Gypsum — no: American scientists have learned to repair a broken bone with collagen 20.05.2017

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