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A new approach to growing heart muscle

... BEHM, with organized cells, capable of generating pulsating forces and reacting to stimulation more like real muscle than ever before. The three-dimensional tissue was grown using an innovative technique that is faster than others that have been tried in recent years, but still yields tissue with significa...

Engineering the heart piece by piece

...sts showed that the BEHM was capable of generating pulsating forces and reacting to stimulation more like real muscle than ever before. Previously, the group described the results of a self organization strategy, showing that it was possible to engineer heart muscle that closely resembles normal heart musc...

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