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Eucomis autumnalis is more than just a plant - it could play a role in biomedical engineering. Gurcharan Singh/Shutterstock

Lab studies suggest medicinal plants can help repair human bone and tissue

Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine is based on three key requirements working together: signals from body tissues and organs, responding stem cells, and scaffolds.
Large scar after surgery on the abdomen young woman. OneSideProFoto/SHutterstock.com

Why older skin heals with less scarring

When kids get injured their skin heals fast, but usually with nasty-looking scars. Now scientists studying the genes of old mice have figured out how they regenerate skin and block scars.
Those days need not remain in photographs. carlos-smith

Genetic switch controls body’s tissue repair system

It is a sad fact that old age brings diseases. Many may not be life-threatening, but they make life less fun. One such condition is sarcopenia, which causes the loss of muscle mass and strength, and it…

Morphological medicine for bone repair

A material that is liquid at room temperature but gel once it is injected into the body may help repair damaged bones in…

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