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Human brain cells thrive inside the skull of a rat – The Times

19:02 EST 8 Nov 2017 | Life Sciences Health

The TimesHuman brain cells thrive inside the skull of a ratThe TimesHuman brain tissue has been transplanted into the heads of mice and rats in two experiments that open the door to the creation of a new kind of chimera. Scientists found that the pinhead-sized “plugs” of human brain cells not only grew extensive and ...Scientists implant tiny human brains into rats, spark ethical debateFox NewsRats with HUMAN brains – ethical horror as human/rodent hybrids created in labExpress.co.ukScientists Create Rats With Human Brain Organoids In The Lab, Spark Furious Ethics DebateThe InquisitrInverse -Daily Mail -International Business Times UK -The Sunall 8 news articles

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