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Brain Organoid Created from Stem Cells

News   Apr 19, 2017 | Original story from The University of Luxembourg

 
Brain Organoid Created from Stem Cells

Based on human stem cells derived from skin samples, researchers from the University of Luxembourg succeeded in obtaining tiny three-dimensional cultures of cerebral tissue whose behavior is similar to the human midbrain. Credit: scienceRELATIONS / University of Luxembourg

 
 
 

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