Topic: tissue engineering
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A mesh of integrated, electric sensors aims to track the earliest stages of tissue development and differentiation.
By engineering a working model of a beating heart, researchers at GSK and TARA Biosystems aim to predict how the body responds to potential drugs.
They say you are what you eat, but scientists at Rice University and the University of Washington may be taking that maxim a step further.
10x Genomics is making moves into the emerging field of tissue genomics by buying Spatial Transcriptomics and its location-based mRNA analysis tools.
UC San Francisco scientists used a process called synNotch signaling to prompt individual cells to form tissue structures.
Computational modeling predicted how tissue-engineered heart valves change in the body, allowing researchers to design customized valves.
Scientists at the University of California, San Francisco are recreating early development, then leaving it up to cells to fold themselves into complex human tissues.
Researchers may grow stomach tissues in a petri dish to better understand stomach development and disease.