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Coaxing Stem Cells Into Custom Shapes Could Be Route to Personalized Organs

News   Nov 21, 2019 | Original story from the Gladstone Institutes

 
Coaxing Stem Cells Into Custom Shapes Could Be Route to Personalized Organs

Machine learning predicts conditions that will cause stem cell colonies to form desired patterns. (Left) Video showing simulated interactions between different stem cell populations. (Right) Stem cells grown in conditions dictated by the machine-learning program generate a colony that forms a bull's-eye pattern, as predicted. Credit: Ashley Libby, David Joy, and Iman Haghighi, Gladstone Institutes

 
 
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