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Quote:Researchers have turned a spinach leaf into working human heart tissue.

Scientists struggle to make large-scale human tissue – while they have had success in creating small lab samples, it is much more difficult to make them at the size of tissues, bones or whole organs. But that's what will be needed if the tissue proves useful in the treatment of disease or injury.

Now they have come closer to solving perhaps the hardest of those challenges ,and creating a vascular system that can deliver blood into the new tissue.

Researchers have turned a spinach leaf into working human heart tissue.

Scientists struggle to make large-scale human tissue – while they have had success in creating small lab samples, it is much more difficult to make them at the size of tissues, bones or whole organs. But that's what will be needed if the tissue proves useful in the treatment of disease or injury.

Now they have come closer to solving perhaps the hardest of those challenges ,and creating a vascular system that can deliver blood into the new tissue.

Personal Disclosure: Seems like Popeye was correct!






Just cross-linking my previous thread on Spinach ...

[Wholistic Medicine] Unrefined Salts, Spinach And Seaweed!

I think this event is a very important turning point in history!

I feel it bodes both good and ill.

I can see it helping out vat meat quality and growth rates in addition to its organ growing capabilities but I also worry about plant fungal infections!

I wonder what my fellow Rogues feel and think about this amazing biotechnological breakthrough?


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What about that?!  A spinach leaf!   tinysurprised 

Well, they keep telling us that the truth is disclosed in movies, cartoons, comics, and magazines. 
As you said, looks like Popeye was right.   minusculebeercheers
This is Just Fantastic, Someone Really Was Thinking Outside The Box.
Do you think this could be used for Babies that are born with birth defects? I Do.