Scientists to grow first human organ in a sheep

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  1. Scientists set to grow first human donor organ in a sheep for the first time  The Sun
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Growing human organs inside other animals has taken another step away from science fiction, with researchers announcing they have grown sheep embryos they were able to introduce human stem cells into early pig embryos, producing embryos for which about one in every , cells were human..The breakthrough moves researchers a small step closer to growing human organs for medical transplant. Picture of a human, pig embryo. View Images. This pig embryo was injected with human cells early in its development and grew to be four weeks old. The experiment made headlines when it was .Scientists say they have grown sheep embryos containing human cells, marking a significant step towards cultivating human organs in animals. The same team this week announced they had achieved similar sheep embryos, in which around one in every , cells was human..SCIENTISTS are to grow a human donor organ in an animal for the first time. They hope to develop a pancreas inside a sheep. The first step for scientists is to use gene editing technology to produce a live sheep without a pancreas .

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