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Tracking down tissues

Nature Biotechnology volume 25, pages 12041206 (2007) | Download Citation

FDA inspections of tissue banks remain a work in progress, and no clear path yet exists for procuring human tissues for biomedicine or drug development. Emily Waltz investigates.

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