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108 - Organoids (w/ David Aponte-Díaz!)

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This show has talked about organelles, cell culture, and organs themselves. Today, we discuss a new technique to be able to study a variety of medically relevant scientific topics. What are organoids? Let’s learn to be scientifically conversational.

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