Spaceflight Alters Genes of Human Stem Cell–Derived Heart Cells
Spaceflight Alters Genes of Human Stem Cell–Derived Heart Cells
Cardiomyocytes made from iPSCs aboard the International Space Station had upregulated mitochondrial functioning.
Spaceflight Alters Genes of Human Stem Cell–Derived Heart Cells
Spaceflight Alters Genes of Human Stem Cell–Derived Heart Cells

Cardiomyocytes made from iPSCs aboard the International Space Station had upregulated mitochondrial functioning.

Cardiomyocytes made from iPSCs aboard the International Space Station had upregulated mitochondrial functioning.

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