A bizarre news, the first of its kind research aims at development of human body parts. It has been proposed that British scientists at a laboratory of University College London have claimed to be growing new organs using a patient's cell. A team, led by Prof Alexander Seifalian, of the varsity's Department of Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine asserted that they are looking forward for the development of replacement organs, which would decrease the demand of organ donation in the coming future.
It has been reported that Prof Seifalian and his team at presently working at growing a nose for a patient. It has been subjected that this is the first time a nose has been grown. More surprising is that when the nose will be transferred to the patient, it will be inside a balloon and the balloon will be either inserted beneath skin or arm.
Scientists have suggested that after time duration of four weeks, the blood vessels and skin will grow, after which the nose will be transplanted onto the face of the patient.
It has been claimed by the team that previous transplants were unable to hold themselves and even their shape changed, but their transplant will be far more superior and will also last, as it has been made out of polymer.
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