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Scientists grow beating human heart tissue from stem cells

from Newsweek

Scientists have grown beating human heart tissue in a laboratory using stem cells. The engineered tissue could be used as a model of a human atrium (upper chamber), allowing researchers to test out new drugs as part of preclinical screening. This could lead to a faster, more efficient method of developing new treatments for heart conditions like atrial fibrillation — where a person has an irregular heartbeat that can increase the risk of stroke and heart failure. more


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