Lung made of cells grown in lab shows promise in rats

07/14/2010 | ABC News

Scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School said they have developed an artificial lung that enabled rats to breathe for about six hours when transplanted into the animals. They created the synthetic lung by removing all cells from the rats' lungs and putting the organ's scaffolding inside a bioreactor to grow with several types of human lung cells.

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