3D brain-like tissue: an interview with Professor David Kaplan.

What are the main restrictions of growing neurons in 2D? In 2D, neurons have a tendency to form limited connection reflective of the 3D complexity in the brain and have even more limited cultivation period before reduction in functions. Also, cells are well documented to respond in different ways in a 3D environment vs. 2D. What problems have tissue engineers faced when wanting to develop neurons in 3D gel conditions? Related StoriesLiposomal sizing and the Coulter basic principle: an interview with Professor Melvin E. KlegermanWhy do we sleep? An interview with Professor WisdenBrain health: how can you decrease cognitive decline? An interview with Heather Snyder, Ph.D.Gel environments have become suitable for many 3D neuron studies.About one woman in 1,000 offers them, according to Khalaf. The condition could have happened before Kersey was created when both sides of her womb failed to merge completely. Because of that, the individual wombs tend to have a considerably smaller volume and their contractions are weaker, said Michael Noticed, a consulting gynecologist at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester. Pregnancies are possible, although they have a tendency to bring about premature births more than half the time. Heard said that regarding a Caesarean two procedures would need to be performed.