Artificial Organs and Tissues

An artificial organ is a human-made device that is embedded or incorporated into a human to supplant a natural organ, with the end goal of restoring a particular capacity or a gathering of related capacities so the patient might come back to a typical life at the earliest opportunity. The supplanted capacity doesn't inexorably need to be identified with life support, yet frequently is. With a specific end goal to have the capacity to outline synthetic organs that capacity autonomously, we should engineer artificial tissue homeostasis. To control the size of these manufactured tissues, two noteworthy instruments will must be engineered.

  • Synthetic Biology Advances in impacting Stem Cell Applications
  • Stem Cell Technology
  • Animal Cloning and Organogenesis
  • Grafting and Graft Rejection

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