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As the idea of growing tiny human organs in lab dishes has moved in recent years from futuristic science fiction to actual bioscientific reality, the usefulness of organoids as a research tool for studying the digestive system swiftly encountered a bottleneck – these valuable tissues are quite difficult to make.
Researchers at the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Vienna have demonstrated a new method whereby commercially available DNA chips (microarrays) can be quickly and easily converted into RNA chips, which are otherwise much more difficult to produce. Such RNA microarrays help to elucidate the still unknown functions of RNA molecules in cells – […]