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World-first: Genetically Modified Miniature Human Livers Are Grown in the Laboratory

News   Aug 07, 2019 | Original story from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

 
World-first: Genetically Modified Miniature Human Livers Are Grown in the Laboratory

Photograph of rat liver, stripped of rat-specific cells and re-seeded with engineered human liver cells. Credit: UPMC.

 
 
 

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