Image of the Day: Made-to-order Heart

Inside a bioreactor, the cells of a human heart are washed away by detergents, leaving a protein scaffolding that can then be injected with heart-muscle precursor cells.

By | July 22, 2013

Ottlab/Massachusetts General Hospital

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