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Organoids: Types, Studies and Ethical Use Document List

Summary: Our library below features 12 published articles, research papers, and documents from the Disabled World Organoids category. Although some of these documents may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created. You can also receive our latest communications as soon as they are released by subscribing to our Organoids RSS feed.

Organoids Publications

Using Organoids to Studying Fetal Intestine Development
Findings suggest that transplanted human intestinal organoids (tHIOs) are a proxy for studying the development of the human fetal intestine.
Publish Date: 2023/05/04 - Updated: 2023/05/18

Epicardioid Organoid Heart Emulates Human Heart Development
Organoid heart will permit the study of the earliest development phase of the human heart and facilitate research on diseases.
Publish Date: 2023/04/04

Biocomputer AI Powered by Human Organoid Brain Cells
Biological computers could surpass electronic computers for specific applications while using a small fraction of the electricity required.
Publish Date: 2023/03/01

Implanted Human Brain Organoids Respond to Visual Stimuli
Using innovative recording technology, researchers show organoids respond to external sensory stimuli.
Publish Date: 2022/12/29 - Updated: 2023/01/03

How Early Stages of Human Body Plan Are Established
By using a petri dish and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) a study uncovers how the early stages of the human body plan are established.
Publish Date: 2022/12/25 - Updated: 2023/01/03

Recreating Adrenal Gland from Stem Cells
Scientists coaxed stem cells to take on the characteristics and functions of a human adrenal gland, a progress that could lead to new therapies for adrenal insufficiencies.
Publish Date: 2022/11/22 - Updated: 2023/01/04

Organoids Reveal How COVID-19 Damages Brain Cells
SARS-CoV-2 infections can result in long-lasting neurological symptoms; new research suggests an already approved anti-viral may inhibit viral replication and rescue impaired neurons.
Publish Date: 2022/11/06 - Updated: 2023/01/03

Human Brain Cells in a Dish Learn to Play Pong
Brain cells living in a dish perform goal-directed tasks such as playing the tennis like, computer game, Pong.
Publish Date: 2022/10/12 - Updated: 2023/01/04

Ethics of Research on Organoids and Conscious Artificial Brains
Researchers explain the ethical issues regarding brain organoid research and propose a framework for conducting ethical research on brain organoids.
Publish Date: 2022/10/09 - Updated: 2023/01/04

Insight into Autism from Brain Organoids Grown in a Dish
Brain organoids grown in the lab from human cells provide insights into the brain and uncover differences that may contribute to autism in some people.
Publish Date: 2022/10/08 - Updated: 2023/01/04

Organoids: Fitting a Mini Brain with a Tiny Cap
A tiny EEG electrode cap was created to measure activity in an organoid brain model the size of a pen dot to lead to a better understanding of neural disorders and how chemicals affect the brain.
Publish Date: 2022/08/17 - Updated: 2023/01/04

Reversing Effects of Autism Linked Mutation in Brain Organoids
UC San Diego study reveals gene therapy reverses the effects of autism-linked mutation in brain organoids by using lab-grown human brain tissue to identify neural abnormalities in Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome and test gene therapy tools.
Publish Date: 2022/05/05 - Updated: 2022/10/08

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