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Multipotent and self-renewing stem cell populations that contribute to skeletal formation and response to injury are identified in humans, according to a study in @CellCellPress: https://go.nature.com/2OA9yir  #NMedHighlightpic.twitter.com/Ur9ua5MSps

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Multipotent and self-renewing stem cell populations that contribute to skeletal formation and response to injury are identified in humans, according to a study in : https://go.nature.com/2OA9yir 

Original Article: Multipotent and self-renewing stem cell populations that contribute to skeletal formation and response to injury are identified in humans, according to a study in @CellCellPress: https://go.nature.com/2OA9yir  #NMedHighlightpic.twitter.com/Ur9ua5MSps

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