We do a lot of Regenexx Lab Research at our Colorado clinic as we’re constantly looking for innovations and tweaks that can help our patients. The picture above is a good example of some recent stem cell research. These are mesenchymal stem cells seen using phase contrast microscopy and that image was merged with fluorescent microscopy. The bright areas you see above are the cartilage components being produced by the cells. In this way we can decide which things help your cells produce more or better cartilage. I thought this was a very cool picture out of our advanced Colorado lab, so I thought I’d share!