Stem Cells Differentiated Into Brain Neural Cells

A cross-section of a brain-like clump of neural cells derived from stem cells
A cross-section of a brain-like clump of neural cells derived from stem cells

Researchers at the Austrian Academy of Science, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Vienna have developed brain-like chunks of tissue utilizing human stem cells. This advance in stem cell differentiation will give researchers a better understanding of brain development, which will accelerate stem cell treatments for brain related disorders.

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