Cells Self-Assemble into Tissues


Specially engineered cells arrange themselves into three-dimensional microtissues.

Step by step: Multiple iterations could yield ever more complex structures. Once the initial clusters (red and green) are formed and unattached cells are washed away, a third cell type (gray) is added, with DNA decorations complementary to those on the red cells (inset).


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