Neurology Central

Japanese art inspires personalized treatment model for glioma

Researchers have developed ‘artificial mini brains’ – organoids – that could be used to develop personalized brain cancer treatments. The organoids, developed via on a technique inspired by the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging, consist of human neural stem cells printed onto a microneedle plate that grow into miniature 3D environments suitable for modeling tumor growth and treatment.
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