( Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University ) Scientists and physicians from the region interested in regenerative and reparative medicine techniques, such as helping aging stem cells stay focused on making strong bone, will meet in Augusta April 24 to hear updates from leaders in the field and strategize on how to move more research advances to patients.
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Regenerative Medicine Symposium set for April 24 at GRU
( Case Western Reserve University ) Case Western Reserve and University Hospitals Case Medical Center researchers and physicians have discovered that the molecule known as coenzyme A plays a key role in cell metabolism by regulating the actions of nitric oxide. Their findings about the mechanisms of action for coenzyme A, as well as discovering a new class of enzymes that regulate coenzyme A …
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Coenzyme A plays leading role in nitric oxide function so essential to cell metabolism