Stem cell-loaded hydrogel boosts healing process of aging muscles

As we get older, our cells gradually lose the ability to heal themselves.

In a recent article published in the Journal of Science Advances, it tells how researchers have developed a hydrogel that holds muscle stem cells, and by injecting this near the site of a muscle injury they can get to work repairing it.

The team says the technique could be effective at treating injuries in the elderly.

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The X39 patch is a method that is available today to boost stem cells for increasing the recovery of the muscles and improving sports performance.