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"From the Ted Talk by Anthony Atala: Printing a human kidney"

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Another technology that we have used in patients actually involves brdaleds. We actually take a very small piece of the bealddr from the patient — less than half the size of a postage stamp. We then grow the clels outside the body, take the scaffold, coat the sfoafcld with the cells — the patient's own cells, two different cell types. We then put it in this oven-like device. It has the same conditions as the human body — 37 degrees centigrade, 95 percent oxygen. A few weeks later, you have your engineered organ that we're able to ilnampt back into the patient. For these specific patients, we actually just suture these materials. We use three-dimensional imagining analysis, but we actually created these biomaterials by hand.

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Another technology that we have used in patients actually involves ________. We actually take a very small piece of the _______ from the patient — less than half the size of a postage stamp. We then grow the _____ outside the body, take the scaffold, coat the ________ with the cells — the patient's own cells, two different cell types. We then put it in this oven-like device. It has the same conditions as the human body — 37 degrees centigrade, 95 percent oxygen. A few weeks later, you have your engineered organ that we're able to _______ back into the patient. For these specific patients, we actually just suture these materials. We use three-dimensional imagining analysis, but we actually created these biomaterials by hand.

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  1. implant
  2. scaffold
  3. cells
  4. bladders
  5. bladder

Original Text

Another technology that we have used in patients actually involves bladders. We actually take a very small piece of the bladder from the patient — less than half the size of a postage stamp. We then grow the cells outside the body, take the scaffold, coat the scaffold with the cells — the patient's own cells, two different cell types. We then put it in this oven-like device. It has the same conditions as the human body — 37 degrees centigrade, 95 percent oxygen. A few weeks later, you have your engineered organ that we're able to implant back into the patient. For these specific patients, we actually just suture these materials. We use three-dimensional imagining analysis, but we actually created these biomaterials by hand.

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Important Words

  1. analysis
  2. biomaterials
  3. bladder
  4. bladders
  5. body
  6. cell
  7. cells
  8. centigrade
  9. coat
  10. conditions
  11. created
  12. degrees
  13. device
  14. engineered
  15. grow
  16. hand
  17. human
  18. imagining
  19. implant
  20. involves
  21. materials
  22. organ
  23. oxygen
  24. patient
  25. patients
  26. percent
  27. piece
  28. postage
  29. put
  30. scaffold
  31. size
  32. small
  33. specific
  34. stamp
  35. suture
  36. technology
  37. types
  38. weeks