U.K. researchers to attempt heart arteries from skin cells

12/20/2006 | BBC

A group of British scientists say they plan to use human skin cells to produce test-tube versions of heart arteries for heart bypasses. The researchers said their two-year study should determine if a patient's own cells can be used to grow new arteries, instead of having to rely on current graft materials.

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