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Researchers from Icahn School of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and Johns Hopkins University present findings from a mouse study suggesting fetal-derived caudal-type homeobox-2 (Cdx2) cells can help regenerate heart tissue following the mouse version of a heart attack. The team relied on lineage tracing and green fluorescent protein-labeling to nab Cdx cells stemming from the fetus out of end-gestation placental samples.

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