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Researchers isolate a master heart cell

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / November 23, 2006

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A team of Harvard scientists announced yesterday that it has discovered a single kind of cell that builds the three main types of heart tissue, an advance that boosts the prospects of using cells to treat heart disease, the nation's top killer. (Full article: 969 words)

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