New stem cell technology developed.Byline: ANI
Washington, Dec 1 (ANI): Hebrew University Hebrew University of Jerusalem, at Mt. Scopus, Givat Ram, Ein Karem, and Rehovot, Israel; coeducational. First proposed in 1882, formally opened 1925. It is the world's largest Jewish university and is noted for its work on the Dead Sea Scrolls. researchers have developed a novel technology involving use of stem cells.
Created by Dr. Zulma Gazit, Dr. Gadi Pelled, Prof. Dan Gazit and their research team at the Skeletal Biotechnology Laboratory at the Hebrew University Faculty of Dental Medicine, the technique has been applied to provide better and rapid healing for patients suffering from complicated bone fractures.
It involves isolation of the stem cells from bone marrow, and was given public exposure in an article that appeared in the prestigious journal Stem Cells.
The technology has now successfully been used to treat complicated fractures in seven patients at the Hadassah University Hospital in Ein Kerem Ein Kerem (Arabic: عين كارم; Hebrew: עין כרם , Jerusalem. (ANI)
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