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Breakthrough Model of Human Kidney Developed

News   Aug 14, 2019 | Original story from Children's Hospital Los Angeles

 
Breakthrough Model of Human Kidney Developed

Fluorescent image showing natural filter formed by human kidney cells in the model developed by Dr. Laura Perin and Dr. Stefano Da Sacco of Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Human podocytes appear green and glomerular endothelial cells appear red. Credit: Dr. Perin and Dr. Da Sacco of Children's Hospital Los Angeles

 
 
 

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