Adult-like Human Heart Muscle Grown from Patient-specific Stem Cells

News   Apr 06, 2018 | Original story from Columbia University

 
Adult-like Human Heart Muscle Grown from Patient-specific Stem Cells

Photo shows the muscle (dark red, cardiac Troponin T stain) and T-tubules (green invaginations going into the muscle, like thin lines - a hallmark of adult human myocardium never shown before for an engineered heart tissue. Credit:T Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic/Columbia Engineering

 
 
 

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