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Stem Cells Used to Create Inner Ear Organoids

News   May 02, 2017 | Original story from Indiana University

 
Stem Cells Used to Create Inner Ear Organoids

Human inner ear organoid with sensory hair cells (cyan) and sensory neurons (yellow). An antibody for the protein CTBP2 reveals cell nuclei as well as synapses between hair cells and neurons (magenta). Credit: Karl Koehler

 
 
 

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