Pediatrics

Scientists Map Structural Proteins Across an Ovary, Another Step Toward "Ink" Development for 3-D Printing a Bioprosthetic Ovary




Newswise imageFor the first time, scientists identified and mapped the location of structural proteins in a pig ovary. Ongoing development of an “ink” with these proteins will be used for 3-D printing an artificial (or bio-prosthetic) ovary that could be implanted and allow a woman to have a child. Findings were recently published in Scientific Reports.

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