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Russian Scientists Found Way to Restore Liver after Cirrhosis
23.08.2017 19:37
Russian Scientists Found Way to Restore Liver after Cirrhosis

Scottish, American and Russian scientists have developed a new method for the restoration of liver, damaged by cirrhosis and other diseases.


An amazing discovery was made by specialists from the Regenerative Medicine Center in Edinburgh, the Massachusetts Technology Institute and the Skolkovo Science and Technology Institute, Russia.


It was found that regeneration mechanism can be stimulated by transplanting the cells of the liver bile ducts, the cholangiocytes. They are capable of replacing hepatocytes, damaged liver cells.



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Author: Vera Ivanova


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