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Brain tissue from a petri dish
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For ethical reasons, researchers cannot take cells from the substantia nigra to study them. Research groups around the world are therefore working on cultivating three-dimensional structures of the midbrain in petri dishes.
Date
4/18/2017
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Stem Cell Research
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