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Nina Tandon: Kunne vævsopbygning betyde individualiseret medicin?

TEDGlobal 2012 · 6:19 · Filmed Jun 2012
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Hver af vores kroppe er komplet unikke, hvilket er en dejlig tanke, indtil det handler om at behandle en sygdom — når alle kroppe reagerer forskelligt, ofte uforudsigeligt, på en standard behandling. Vævs ingeniør Nina Tandon taler om en mulig løsning: Ved at bruge pluripotente stamceller til at lave individualiserede modeller af organer, på hvilke nye lægemidler og behandlinger kan testes, og gemme dem på computer chips. (Kald det ekstremt individualiseret medicin.)

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Tissue engineering researcher
Nina Tandon studies ways to use electrical signals to grow artificial tissues for transplants and other therapies. Full bio

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