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Taking a step towards regaining lost voice, researchers have introduced us with a breakthrough innovation. For the first time scientists from University of Wisconsin have made vocal cord tissue with cells from human vocal cords. This bioengineered tissue vibrates and even sounds similar to the natural thing. The making of vocal cords in lab is expected to aid many people with voice impairment and severely damaged vocal cords in regaining their lost voices.
There’s still a long way to go before we can replace someone’s scarred vocal fold mucosa with a new, essentially normally functioning one.
Read More: Biotecnika Magazine- December 2015
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