Cellular ‘glue’ to regenerate tissues, heal wounds, regrow nerves

Close Up Scientist using microscope in laboratory room while making medical testing and research

Researchers at UC San Francisco (UCSF) have engineered molecules that act like “cellular glue,” allowing them to direct in precise fashion how cells bond with each other. The discovery represents a major step toward building tissues and organs, a long-sought goal of regenerative medicine.

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