the American University of Pittsburgh conducted the first successful experience in liver transplant grown from stem cells.
As reported in the article for the journal Cell Reports, an analogue of human liver tissue was successfully implanted into the rat’s organism has taken root and started to produce bile and cleanse the blood of toxins.
One of the study’s authors, Alejandro Soto-Gutierrez stated that the authority was able to recreate thanks to the reprogramming Taurus connective tissue of the skin of several volunteers.
With the help of the workpieces was designed to create a miniature analogues of human liver, which was later filled by a special protein structure.
Scientists hope that made another step towards growing artificial organs in the future could save lives.
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