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Growing functioning brain tissue in 3-D
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Growing functioning brain tissue in 3-D

Researchers at the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology in Japan have succeeded in inducing human embryonic stem cells to self-organize into a three-dimensional structure similar to the cerebellum, providing tantalizing clues in the quest to ... Medical News Today, 3 weeks ago
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ECRI's Watch List for Hospital Execs Highlights Technology

Implantable devices that fight obesity and diabetes and 3D printers that produce human tissues and organs are among the technologies and strategies healthcare executives should be considering, according to the ECRI Institute. From 3-D printing of ...
 Health Leaders2 weeks ago 3D body shop  Oman Tribune1 week ago Printed human organs? 3D printing and the future of surgery  Social Dashboard1 week ago Bioprinting Profits: Why Organovo's 3-D Bioprinting Technology Isn't Worth Investment  TheStreet.com3 weeks ago
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First Ever Human Muscle Tissue That Contracts Grown in Laboratory

In the past, weve covered many stories about things grown in laboratories, such as human blood vessels , diamonds , human bones and even self-healing muscles . But, this is a huge jump. In ground-breaking research, human muscle tissue that contracts ...
 Labmate Online3 weeks ago Clinical trials in a dish  Laboratory News3 weeks ago First lab-grown contracting human muscle  Mediplacements.com1 month ago Maybe Early Humans Weren't The First To Get A Good Grip  NPR1 month ago
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New Device Enables 3D Tissue Engineering with Multicellular Building Blocks

Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Publishers In creating engineered tissues intended to repair or regenerate damaged or diseased human tissues, the goal is to build three-dimensional tissue constructs densely packed with living cells. The Bio-P3, an ...
 Alpha Galileo1 week ago 3D Tissue Engineering with Multicellular Building Blocks  Medical Design Technology1 week ago New Device Enables 3-D Tissue Engineering with Multicellular Building Blocks  ScienceNewsline1 week ago
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Global 3D Bioprinting Industry Size, Share, Trends Research Report Analysis and Forecast to 2020

New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/26/2015 -- 3D bioprinting is a process of generating human tissue through three dimensional digital bio-models with the help of 3D printing technologies. 3D bioprinting helps in toxicity testing, tissue ...
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Investigating and Reporting Adverse Reactions Related to Human Cells, Tissues, and Cellular and Tissue-Based Products (HCT/Ps) Regulated Solely under Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act and 21 CFR Part 1271; Draft Guidance

FOR INDUSTRY This guidance document is for comment purposes only. Submit one set of either electronic or writtencomments on this draft guidance by the date provided in the Federal Register notice announcing the availability of the draft ...
 U.S. Food and Drug Administration1 week ago
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Tissue-Building Technique Could Someday Build Organs

A new instrument developed at Brown University could someday build replacement human organs the way electronics are assembled today. In this case, the parts are 3D microtissues containing thousands to millions of living cells. The device is called ...
 Tech Briefs3 weeks ago DNA smart glue could fix organs together  Digital Journal1 month ago "DNA 'glue' could someday be used to build tissues, organs"  American Chemical Society1 month ago DNA 'smart glue' could someday be used to build tissues, organs  Science Daily1 month ago

Inhibitor of DNA Binding 4 (ID4) Is Highly Expressed in Human Melanoma Tissues and May Function to Restrict Normal Differentiation of Melanoma Cells

by Yuval Peretz, Hong Wu, Shayan Patel, Alfonso Bellacosa, Richard A. Katz Melanoma tissues and cell lines are heterogeneous, and include cells with invasive, proliferative, stem cell-like, and differentiated properties. Such heterogeneity likely ...
 Plosone.org3 weeks ago
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3D culture system for pancreatic cancer has potential to change therapeutic approaches

Organoid technology with human tissue provides a model for full progression of the disease Cold Spring Harbor and Bethpage, N.Y. Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly forms of cancer, with only 6 percent of patients surviving five years ...
 Health Canal1 month ago New 3-D culture system for pancreatic cancer developed  Prokerala1 month ago 3D Culture System Could Change Therapeutic Approaches  Bioscience Technology Online1 month ago

3D printed reproductions of orbital dissections: a novel mode of visualising anatomy for trainees in ophthalmology or optometry

Abstract Background The teaching of human head, neck and orbital anatomy forms a critical part of undergraduate and postgraduate medical and allied health professional training, including optometry. While still ...
 British Journal of Ophthalmology1 week ago
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