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Real Texture for Lab-grown Meat

News   Oct 21, 2019 | Original story from Harvard University

 
Real Texture for Lab-grown Meat

Microscale comparison of gelatin fibers (top) and natural rabbit skeletal muscle (bottom). Scanning electron microscopy images show similar fiber diameter and texture for gelatin scaffolds or skeletal muscle. Credit: Harvard University

 
 
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