Measuring Organ Development
Metrics for organ development have now been defined for the first time
24-Nov-2022 - Researchers from Dresden and Vienna reveal link between connectivity of three-dimensional structures in tissues and the emergence of their architecture to help scientists engineer self-organising tissues that mimic human organs. Organs in the human body have complex networks of fluid-filled tubes ...
Networks of Gene Activity Control Organ Development
28-Jun-2019 - For the first time, researchers have decoded the genetic programmes that control the development of major organs in humans and other selected mammals – rhesus monkeys, mice, rats, rabbits, and opossums – before and after birth. Using next-generation sequencing technologies, the molecular ...
A gene called Prkci helps organize organisms and their organs
15-Jun-2016 - In the study, USC Stem Cell researcher In Kyoung Mah from the laboratory of Francesca Mariani and colleagues demonstrated Prkci's role in organizing cells into balls and tubes during early embryo and organ formation. In their experiments, the researchers used mouse stem cells to form what are ...
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