A population of stem cells with the ability to generate new bone, Stem cell populations with the ability to produce new bone have recently been discovered by a group of researchers.
A new population of cells along the channel of vessels that extends through the bone and connects the inside and outside of the bone.
This is a new discovery of perivascular cells located in the bone itself and can produce new bone-forming cells, the researchers said.
These cells tend to regulate bone formation or are involved in maintaining and repairing bone mass.
It has long been believed that bone marrow cells are present in the bone marrow and on the outer surface of the bone and function as reserve cells that are constantly producing new bone or involved in bone repair. A population of stem cells with the ability to generate new bone.
Recent studies have described the existence of vascular canal networks that have contributed to the distribution of bone marrow cells. However, there are no studies that show the presence of cells in channels that have the ability to form new bone.
In this study, the research team reported for the first time the presence of progenitor cells in cortical bone, which can produce new bone-forming osteoblasts that can be used for bone reconstruction. A population of stem cells with the ability to generate new bone.
To arrive at this conclusion, the researchers monitored stem cells in the ex vivo bone graft model.
These cells migrate from the graft and begin to reconstruct the bone marrow cavity and form new bone.
Although this research shows that there is a cell population that can support bone formation, further research needs to be done to determine the cell’s potential to regulate bone formation and resorption.