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Biobags for extreme prematurity?

The newsfeeds have been abuzz this week about premature lambs gestated in part in biobags by researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. See “An extra-uterine system to physiologically support the extreme premature lamb” here.  The lamb has provided a model for much of our understanding of fetal and neonatal development in humans (see articles here and here for examples).  Therefore, the news of a… // Read More »

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