Biotech company, Aleph Farms, has recently developed the world’s first lab-grown steak developed from stem cells. In the last few years, huge strides have been made in the development of culturing methodologies that may enable researchers and farmers to grow meat without the environmental consequences of livestock farming [while also addressing the fear of consuming antibiotic-raised livestock]. Since stem cell grown burgers were created nearly 5 years ago, researchers have been working diligently to improve their stem cell differentiation techniques. Culturing a steak involves the replication of complex muscular structures. Hence, a lab grown steak represents a significant advancement in differentiation technology and know-how.
The stem cell differentiation technology that Aleph Farms has developed to grow steak in the lab has implications for tissue differentiation in regenerative medical therapies, organ replacement, trauma treatment and disease remediation. Companies like Aleph Farms are not only bringing about a more sustainable environmental future, but also changing the face of all stem cell technologies.
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