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Scientists have grown ‘mini human brains’ in the lab which may help them to develop treatments and conduct studies into Parkinson’s and other ageing-related brain diseases.
Mini mid-brains provide next generation platforms to investigate human brain biology, diseases and therapeutics.

These mini mid-brain versions are three-dimensional miniature tissues that are grown in the laboratory and have certain properties of specific parts of the human brains, scientists from Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) and Duke-NUS Medical School said.

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