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Robots Grow Mini-Organs From Human Stem Cells

News   May 18, 2018 | Original story from the University of Washington

 
Robots Grow Mini-Organs From Human Stem Cells

This is a bird's eye view of a microwell plate containing kidney organoids, generated by liquid handling robots from human stem cells. Yellow boxed region is shown at higher magnification. Red, green, and yellow colors mark distinct segments of the kidney. Credit: Freedman Lab/UW Medicine

 
 
 

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