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Mini-hearts grown to study disease

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Thousands of miniature human hearts have been grown for medical research by scientists in Scotland.

The tiny balls of heart cells beat together in a dish every two seconds, and the tissue matches that of human heart muscle.

The researchers, at Abertay University, are using them to test potential drugs for an untreatable condition.


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