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Vascular Organoids

April 23, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Vascular Organoid illustration
This is another landmark for regenerative medicine.  “After growing the blood vessels in a Petri dish, [researchers at [MORE]

Stem Cells to T-cells from Artificial Thymic Organoids

April 16, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

T helper cell
Growing tissue organoids seems to be the coming thing for drug testing, but additionally, researchers at UCLA have [MORE]

Patient-Specific Organoid for Treating Cancer

April 2, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

GI anatomy with appendix
Cancer of the appendix is rare—about 1:100,000 people; consequently, knowledge about how to treat these cases is [MORE]

Promoting Vascularization in Kidney Organoids

March 12, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Culturing kidney organoids under flow
To make muscle cells from human stem cells, mechanical stress, causing stretching and contraction, has to [MORE]

Kidney Organoids More than Stem Cells

February 26, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Kidney Organoids with rogue cells
It was a surprising finding that 10-20% of cells in kidney organoids actually were cells of [MORE]

Functional Lab-Grown Brain Organoids

February 12, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

 
Slice of brain organoid
UCSD neuroscientists have grown stem cells into tissue resembling the brain’s cortex.  Further, those “organoids” display EEG [MORE]

How to Make Organoids

October 2, 2018 | | Posted in Newsletter

How to make a brain organoid
Betty Crocker couldn’t have been clearer: “To grow brain organoids, researchers have traditionally cultured human [MORE]

Intestinal Organoids for Transplantation in Mice

September 25, 2018 | | Posted in Newsletter

Human intestinal organoids
Several laboratories have been able to grow up functional human “organoids” (of a few hundred cells), but discovered [MORE]

“A Self-Condensation Cell Culture”

July 31, 2018 | | Posted in Newsletter

Self-condensation cell culture
Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Yokohama City Universityreport a new process called “self-condensation cell culture.”  Quoting directly, “We [MORE]