Bio-engineered lungs are the first successful organs made in the lab


The University of Texas Medical Branch By Chelsea Whyte In a major landmark for bioengineering, lungs that were made in the lab have been successfully implanted into pigs for the first time, enabling them to breathe normally. They have not yet been hooked up to a crucial artery, but the team behind the work are hopeful. “I would argue this is the first time that a tissue-engineered organ has been implanted in a large animal and shown to survive and have any degree of function whatsoever,
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