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Linking human intestinal scaffolds and organoids to combat intestinal failure

Combining organoids and decellularized intestinal scaffolds generates durable hybrid intestines that will open up new avenues for the regenerative treatment of patients with intestinal failure.

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Fig. 1: Major challenges for the development of regenerative medicine for IF1.

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Fujii, M., Sugimoto, S. & Sato, T. Linking human intestinal scaffolds and organoids to combat intestinal failure. Nat Med 26, 1517–1518 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-020-1096-9

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