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Cells Grow More Naturally in “Spaghetti”

News   Mar 28, 2017 | Original story from Lund University

 
Cells Grow More Naturally in “Spaghetti”

When stem cells are cultivated in the fibre network they enter between the fibres and develop into neurons (red) or glial cells (green). The blue structures are cell nuclei. Credit: Fredrik Johansson, Lund University

 
 
 

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