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Three-Dimensional Cell Structures
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Three-Dimensional Cell Structures

Three-Dimensional Cell Structures
Editor's Pics

Three-Dimensional Cell Structures

Image courtesy of KU Leuven, Stem Cell and Developmental Biology (recorded by co-author Indra Van Zundert)
Biomedical researchers at KU Leuven have found a new way to study endometrial diseases such as endometriosis and cancer. They were able to grow three-dimensional cell structures from diseased tissue of patients. The biobank can be used to unravel the disorders and test drugs.
Three-Dimensional Cell Structures

Image courtesy of KU Leuven, Stem Cell and Developmental Biology (recorded by co-author Indra Van Zundert)


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