Donor heart all cleaned up and ready for company

by allthoughtswork

This Is What A Cleaned Heart Looks Like

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When you wash away all the donor cells, you’re left with a protein scaffold called a ghost heart. Now, it’s ready to be injected with a transplant recipient’s stem cells so a new heart – one that won’t be rejected – can be grown.

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