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Stomach growth in a dish

A protocol has been developed to grow structures that resemble the main part of the stomach in vitro from human embryonic stem cells — an advance that provides insights into stomach development. See Article p.182

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Figure 1: Growth of a gastric corpus.

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Sáenz, J., Mills, J. Stomach growth in a dish. Nature 541, 160–161 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature21110

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