World’s first patient transplanted donor cells in the retina

according to the Japan Times, a group of Japanese scientists from the Institute of physical and chemical research RIKEN, which is located in Waco, it was the first in the world to transplant the patient with age-related macular degeneration of the retina cells grown from pluripotent donor cells to the recipient. The uniqueness of the operation is that previously, such intervention was carried out only using your own tissue patients.

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