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Injectable Tissues Closer to Reality With Cell-encapsulating Device

News   Apr 26, 2019 | Original story from The University of British Columbia

 
Injectable Tissues Closer to Reality With Cell-encapsulating Device

Doctoral student Mohamed Gamal uses a newly developed cell encapsulation device. Image credit: The University of British Columbia

 
 
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