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Scientists from the Salk Institute developed more sophisticated organoid models by ensuring they receive sufficient oxygen and other nutrients via transplantation into rodents. The work, published in Nature Biotechnology on April 16, 2018, could yield insights into the development of cures for brain disorders; speed up the testing of drugs; and even pave the way for someday transplanting healthy populations of human cells into people’s brains to replace damaged or dysfunctional tissue.

Learn more: https://www.salk.edu/news-release/grafted-brain-organoids-provide-insight-into-neurological-disorders/

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