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This confocal microscopic image shows a two-month-old human esophageal organoid bioengineered by scientists from pluripotent stem cells. About 700 micrometers (0.027 inches) in size, the organoid is stained to visualize key structural proteins expressed in mature esophagus, such as involucrin (green) and cornulin (blue). Researchers report in the journal Cell Stem Cell the organoids enhance the study of esophageal disorders, personalized medical and the development of regenerative tissue therapies for people. CREDIT Cincinnati Children's

Scientists grow human esophagus in lab

Scientists at the Cincinnati Children's Center for Stem Cell and Organoid Medicine (CuSTOM) are working to create the entire human gastrointestinal system in a laboratory now...
CRISPRa reprogrammed induced pluripotent stem cell colonies stained for pluripotency marker expression.

A new method for turning skin cells into pluripotent stem cells

Our bodies comprise of various sorts of cells, each with their own particular part. The Japanese researcher Shinya Yamanaka had made before the revelation,...

3D mini-brains

US Researchers have cultivated small 3D mini-brains that imitate structures of human brains and could be used to study of diseases like Alzheimer's, autism,...