Organ printing from stem cells

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Tissue engineering is bringing together advances from stem cell biology, microfluidics, robotics, and 3-D cell culture to develop novel products for the drug development and toxicity testing sectors. The ability to create miniature tissue or even human organs-on-a-chip is valuable for a number of reasons.

View the original article here: Organ Printing from Stem Cells – Genetic Engineering News

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