Scientists grew collagen from rats' tails and cartilage from cows' ears in a mold to create a life-like prosthetic.
By The Scientist Staff | March 25, 2013
BPoD, Alyssa Reiffel, PLoS ONE 8(2): e56506
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March 25, 2013
With no blood vessels to keep this thing viable, after a little while flapping in the dry air, all that is left is a very, very expensive rawhide chewy for Fido.
By Kerry Grens
Scientists demonstrate how to print healthy neurons from the eyes of rats.
By Kate Yandell
The topography of a stem cell’s environment can influence cilia length, which in turn modulates cell signaling and development.
By Abby Olena
Researchers find an antibiotic resistance gene in wastewater treatment plants in northern China.
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