Scientists revive pig cells an hour after death, potential breakthrough in organ transplants

The pigs had been dead for an hour, but their hearts, brains and liver cells were still kicking.

Thanks to a new system called OrganEx, scientists can preserve the dying organs of recently deceased people pigs animals alive by connecting them to a system of pumps, filters, and flowing fluids. This procedure does not restore the animals. brain task or pulling the pigs back to the great; on the contrary, it ensures the continuation of some cellular functions in the vital organs of animals.

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