Edinburg Scientist Print Stem Cells

Edinburg Scientist Print Stem Cells
Although controversial in the US, stem cell research offers some of the best opportunities to produce breakthrough medical discoveries, including growing tailor made replacement organs.
 
In a new development for bioprinting, Dr, Will Shu of Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh said,
 
“We found that the valve-based printing is gentle enough to maintain high stem cell viability, accurate enough to produce spheroids of uniform size, and most importantly, the printed hESCs maintained their pluripotency – the ability to differentiate into any other cell type.”
 
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