Carbon nanotubes provide the scaffold for new heart tissue

02/14/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

Cardiac tissue that beats on its own can be grown using a new, electrically conductive carbon nanotube-studded hydrogel that simulates the heart environment. The development holds the potential for grafting healthy cardiac muscle onto hearts damaged by a heart attack.

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