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THOMAS GROSSE/HARVARD BIOSCIENCE
Harvard Bioscience, of Holliston, creates a trachea for patient Christopher Lyles. The scaffold is made of nanofibers.
The scaffold is cut to the exact dimensions.
Bone marrow stem cells are seeded onto the scaffold in a bioreactor.
The trachea arrives in the operating room.
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