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Engineering New Tissue for Pediatric Heart Surgery

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an image of primary human amniotic fluid stem cells in a culture dish

Primary human amniotic fluid stem cells in a culture dish, stained for connexin 43.

Credit: Photo by Jennifer Petsche Connell, Rice University


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Jeffrey Jacot in his laboratory with a microscope and a computer

Jeffrey Jacot, Ph.D., in his laboratory at Texas Children's Hospital

Credit: Photo by Jeff Fitlow, Rice University


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