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SCIENTISTS may be able to grow new bone by using high frequency vibrations to kick-start stem cells, a Scottish study suggests.
Researchers in Glasgow said it could be possible to produce the new bone material by “nanokicking” stem cells 1,000 times per second using the vibration technique.
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