Unconventional and innovative technology for tissue regeneration may help in developing human organs for transplantation.
Imagine "printing" replacement tissue. That's exactly what researchers are aiming for. Now, scientists have proved that it's possible to print living tissue structures to replace injured or diseased tissue in patients.
Researchers from Northwestern University have created a new material with built-in vitamin A, which reduces scarring in blood vessels.
Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord, destroying tissue and cells along the way. Now, scientists may have found a a new therapeutic target for MS.
Stem cells are a revolutionary type of cell that have the ability to turn into any type of tissue. Scientists may have discovered a new method for creating them through the use of mouse cells. If it works for human cells, it could help with future organ transplants and cancer research.