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Stem Cell Discovery
Stem cell therapy for cardiac infarct regeneration has been widely used in clinical research. Despite the fact that important advances in this field have been reached, the observed recovery does not demonstrate new cardiac muscle formation. Benefits have been observed due to an improvement in neovascularisation. The main objective of this study was to determine if predifferentiated stem cells into cells of myocardic lineage are capable of engraftment in animal models with induced cardiacdoi:10.4236/scd.2014.41001 fatcat:lval24gujbgohe4acgp2px4skm