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Discovery of epigenetic links in cell-fate decisions of adult branch cells paves approach for new osteoporosis treatments

ScienceDaily (July 9, 2012) — The ability to control either certain branch cells eventually turn bone cells binds good guarantee for regenerative medicine and intensity therapies directed during treating metabolic bone diseases.

Now, UCLA School of Dentistry highbrow and heading cancer scientist Dr. Cun-Yu Wang and his investigate group have done a poignant breakthrough in that direction. The scientists have detected dual pivotal epigenetic controlling genes that oversee a cell-fate integrity of tellurian bone pith branch cells.

Wang’s new investigate is featured on a cover of a Jul 6 emanate of Cell Stem Cell, a dependent biography of a International Society

Article source: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/07/120709093229.htm

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UCLA researcher discovers epigenetic links in cell-fate decisions of adult branch cells

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Finding could pave approach toward treatments for bone diseases like osteoporosis

The ability to control either certain branch cells eventually turn bone cells binds good guarantee for regenerative medicine and intensity therapies directed during treating metabolic bone diseases.

Now, UCLA School of Dentistry highbrow and heading cancer scientist Dr.

Article source: http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2012-07/uoc--urd070612.php

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