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Study Demonstrates Unexpected Electrical Changes in First Successful Transplant of Genetically Modified Pig Heart

Thursday, November 17, 2022

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Emily Henderson

Researchers continue to report findings from the first genetically modified pig heart transplant into a human ten months after the surgery. Their latest study found unexpected electrocardiogram results in the patient, which the authors say did not contribute to heart failure. These results provide a first look into the novel field of xenotransplantation. Read the original study at this link.

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