Scientists use abdomen to grow blood vessels in heart patches

08/25/2009 | MIT Technology Review

Israeli scientists were able to stimulate blood vessels to grow in heart patches after implanting a patch into a rat's omentum, a membrane that links and supports the abdominal organs. The finding could lead to the development of a bioengineered material designed for use in treating damaged cardiac tissue.

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