Scientists create synthetic human bone marrow

12/23/2008 | Thaindian News

U.S. scientists have developed a synthetic human bone marrow capable of continuously producing red and white blood cells. The artificial marrow is not meant to be implanted in the body but is instead designed to be used as a tool in studying how new drugs could affect bone-marrow function, the lead researcher said.

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