A Protein That Heals Broken Bones Three Times Faster

A Protein That Heals Broken Bones Three Times Faster

In a recent experiment, scientists found that a family of proteins when injected in lab mice, healed their broken bones three times faster than normal.

Naresh Kumar
  • 29 april 2010

A new experiment at the Stanford University found that lab mice healed three times faster than normal after their broken bones were flooded by Wnt proteins which are naturally used to re-grow new tissues.

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