Cornell Chronicle: New cell database paints fuller picture of muscle repair

Cornell Chronicle: New cell database paints fuller picture of muscle repair. “When a muscle becomes injured, it repairs itself using a flurry of cellular activity, with stem cells splitting and differentiating into many types of specialized cells, each playing an important role in the healing process. Biologists have struggled to study rare and transient muscle cells involved in the process, but Cornell engineers have lifted the curtain on these elusive dynamics with the launch of scMuscle, one of the largest single-cell databases of its kind.”

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