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Tissue Engineered Human Pancreas Cells Successfully Treat Diabetic Mice

News   May 09, 2018 | Original story from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

 
Tissue Engineered Human Pancreas Cells Successfully Treat Diabetic Mice

This image shows vascularized pancreatic islets (areas in green) bioengineered by researchers and transplanted into a mouse. The bioengineered islets -- which have a network of blood vessels (shown in red) and secrete hormones like insulin -- are shown seven days after transplant. Credit: Cincinnati Children's

 
 
 

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