Chip Reprograms Cells to Regenerate Damaged Tissue

The ability to convert, or “reprogram,” cells into other types has raised hopes for regenerating damaged limbs and organs. But existing methods are risky or inefficient and have been tried only on laboratory animals. A new technology could overcome these limitations, however. Researchers have used it to restore injured mouse legs and claim the technique is safe enough to test in humans.


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