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Anthony Atala sur la culture de nouveaux organes

TEDMED 2009 · 17:52 · Filmed Oct 2009
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Le laboratoire d'Anthony Atala, à la pointe de l'art, cultive des organes humains — des muscles aux vaisseaux sanguins en passant par la vessie, et bien d'autres. Pour TEDMED, il présente les images de ses bio-ingénieurs travaillant sur des gadgets dignes de science-fiction, comme par exemple un bio-réacteur semblable à une étuve (préchauffée à 37°C) et une machine qui "imprime" des tissus humains.

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Anthony Atala asks, "Can we grow organs instead of transplanting them?" His lab at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine is doing just that — engineering over 30 tissues and whole organs. Full bio

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