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Lab Grown Organs Presentation Slide - Free Google Slides theme and PowerPoint template

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Many researchers hope that someday lab-grown tissues can be transplanted back into the body to grow or repair an organ. Scientists have already shown that liver and colon organelles transplanted into mouse organs can survive and grow. Researchers have developed a new technique that could one day enable us to grow fully functional human organs in the laboratory.

This Lab Grown Organs Presentation Slide is a free template which works in Google Slides and in PowerPoint and entirely dedicated to lab-generated human organs. The illustration shows a scientist with a magnifying glass standing on a stack of books and analyzing a big human heart.

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