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Functional human kidney tissue created from stem cells for the first time

February 12, 2018View for printing

For the first time, scientists have successfully grown functioning human kidney tissue in the lab that is able to produce urine. The kidney tissue, generated from human stem cells, was implanted under the skin of mice and went on to develop into working kidney cells.

Rich Haridy

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