Source: Stanford School of Medicine 2013, 11 July
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Date of publication: 11 July 2013
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In a nutshell: A new, noninvasive technique for tracking stem cells after transplantation, developed by scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine, could help surgeons determine whether a procedure to repair injured or worn-out knees is successful. The first trials in patients are scheduled for the Autumn.
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