Transforming a Spinach Leaf Into Beating Human Heart Tissue | National Geographic

Transforming a Spinach Leaf Into Beating Human Heart Tissue | National Geographic

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Watch a spinach leaf that has been transformed into beating human heart tissue. Scientists used the plant to replicate the way blood moves through human tissue. They hope that one day this method can be used to better filter blood to damaged tissue in human hearts.
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http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/human-heart-spinach-leaf-medicine-science/

Transforming a Spinach Leaf Into Beating Human Heart Tissue | National Geographic
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