1. Scientists Transplant Organ from Animal Cells Created in Laboratory

    Edinburgh, U.K. - Scientific researchers have grown a completely functional organ from laboratory-developed cells in a living animal for the very first time. Scientists transplanted a fully functional thymus -- an important organ that supplies the body with immunity cells. Left: Specialised thymus cells were developed from an entirely distinct cell type utilizing a laboratory technique called re-programming. Right: The...
  2. Chaperone Proteins Provide Critical Insight to Disease Formation

    Researchers are making gains in determining exactly what role chaperone proteins play in the formation of many diseases. The emerging paradigm shifter is that chaperone binding is regulated through their interactions with client proteins first, and then other cooperative functions with different chaperone molecules. This new research already has the scientific community abuzz, talking about the new tools available to...

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