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Stem Cells Get Handy

Posted by anna@stemsave.com on Jul 13, 2017 1:45:00 PM

Artist and researcher Amy Karle is collaborating with researchers at the California Academy of Science and Autodesk to develop a method to 3D print a human arm using stem cells. Karle created a 3D printed scaffold and a culture medium that will direct the stem cells to grow into the structure of the bones in the arm. Her methods could be essential for future limb transplants, which could be grown in a lab rather than obtained from a donor.

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Topics: regenerative medicine, 3D scaffold, 3D Printing, regrowing limbs

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