Researchers grow human brain tissue in lab

08/28/2013 | LiveScience.com

Tiny gobs of brain tissue have been grown from human stem cells to help researchers study microcephaly, a genetic disorder that reduces brain size. "Our system allows us to study human-specific features of brain development," said Juergen Knoblich of the Austrian Academy of Science's Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Vienna.

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