Sugared implant


By Jonathan Knight in San Francisco A PINCH of sugar could make human tissues as convenient to store as baker’s yeast or drugs. Two new tricks for adding a protective sugar to cells enable them to resist freezing and drying. Cells stored in this way could one day be used to treat conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Preserving most human cells by freezing or drying them is problematic, because the ice crystals that form during freezing damage cells,
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