Success in the treatment of affected muscles with direct cell reprogramming
New York: Muscles damaged by a particular disease or accident can be regenerated in special forms. There is a promising new way to do this called direct cell reprogramming.
When meat cells are reprogrammed, they can assemble in a specific order and after transplantation they can form weak or damaged pieces of meat. Successful experiments have been performed on mice.
Although this technology is in its infancy, it can go a long way in reducing human diseases. Earlier, a method was devised to convert skin cells into insulin-producing beta cells.