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cerebral organoids as model for early-stage embryonic development
As Knoblich’s Lab at the Institute Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Science reports this week in Nature magazine they were able to grow human brain-like organoids from stem cells.
"This demonstrates the enormous self-organizing power of human cells,” Jürgen Knoblich stated.

source:The Scientist

credit: MADELINE A. LANCASTER

cerebral organoids as model for early-stage embryonic development

As Knoblich’s Lab at the Institute Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Science reports this week in Nature magazine they were able to grow human brain-like organoids from stem cells.

"This demonstrates the enormous self-organizing power of human cells,” Jürgen Knoblich stated.

source:The Scientist

 
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