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Surgeons Share Insights on Building New Intestinal Tissue for Babies in Need

News   Jun 10, 2019 | Original story from The Saban Research Institute, Los Angeles Children's Hospital

 
The Big Picture on Growing Small Intestines

Fluorescent image of intestinal stem and progenitor cells. Cells like these can grow into engineered intestinal tissue in the laboratory. Eventually, Dr. Grikscheit hopes engineered intestine can help babies born with severe gastrointestinal challenges. Image credit: The Saban Research Institute, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

 
 
 

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