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Donors’ lungs advance science at hospitals

Asthma research uses human cells

Posted: April 13, 2014 at 5 a.m.

UAMS cell biologist Richard Kurten works with living lung tissue at his laboratory at the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Research Institute in Little Rock.

With his left hand on the edge of a microscope and his right hand tapping commands into a keyboard, cell biologist Dr. Richard Kurten nods to the computer screen.

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