Researchers’ recent discovery is an artificial jellyfish, which they have created with the help of rat muscles and rubbery film. Explaining their new discovery, a team of researchers said that they have made the first artificial jellyfish with a blend of muscle tissue of a rat and thin, rubbery material taken from Dow Chemical Corporation.
The pseudo organism that has been discovered recently has been made with several different approaches, which experts believe will pave a fantastic way to efficiently test all new medicines and other ways of repairing or replacing the damaged organs in a patient’s body.
They have focused upon the use of patient's own tissue types to run the procedures and see better results than earlier. Life is existing since 3.7 billion years on Earth. With this new discovery, scientists for the first time have been able to highlight the blurring line of life.
Mr. Kevin Parker, a physicist at Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, in Cambridge, Mass explains that biologists this time have used genetics to define the relationship between organisms and their relationships to other organisms, which earlier was identified with the help of their shapes and the functions of their parts.
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