Using a technique called decellularisation (already in use for making heart valves and blood vessels), scientists were able to remove cells from rat hearts leaving a gelatin like scaffold (composed of the extracellular matrix). Immature heart cells were then re-introduced onto this scaffold and allowed to develop into a fully functional heart.
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