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Tiny Kidneys: Building Better Models to Test Drugs

News   Feb 16, 2018 | Original story from USC

 
Tiny Kidneys: Building Better Models to Test Drugs

This is a kidney organoid on Day 16 of differentiation. The staining depicts the segmentation of nephron-like structures in the organoid at an early developmental stage. Credit: Image courtesy of Tracy Tran/Andy McMahon Lab, USC Stem Cell

 
 
 

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