Researchers engineer tissue to form intestine
This article was originally published in Clinica
US researchers have used an implanted synthetic polymer scaffold to grow a biological structure in animals that resembles a normal intestine. They hope to develop the technique so that human patients with short gut syndrome, are able to grow tissue to extend their own intestine.
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