Aportado por Sergio Blanco Trejo.
Scientists from the Dresden University of Technology have made a giant
stride in the field of regenerative medicine, having successfully grown
spinal cord-like tissue in the lab from embryonic stem cells. Although
mouse cells were used, the study raises the possibility that one day,
with further development, this technique could be used to help patients
with spinal cord injuries. The work has been published in Stem Cell Reports.