Scientists in Granada, Spain, have patented a new biomaterial that facilitates generating bone tissue-artificial bones in other words-from umbilical cord stem cells . The material, consisting of an activated carbon cloth support for cells that differentiate giving rise to a product that can promote bone growth, has recently been presented at a press conference at the Biomedical Research Centre, Granada.

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Researchers patent biomaterial that generates artificial bones from umbilical cord stem cells

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