Who: Jordan D. Jones, Alex S. Rebello, Glenn R. Gaudette
Published: March 20, 2021
Where: Food Bioscience
Key Takeaway: Decellularized spinach provides a scaffold for cultured meat with a natural complex vascular network to support cell growth and differentiation. However, cell alignment was inconsistent, which could limit its potential as a scaffold.
Jones, J. D., Rebello, A. S., & Gaudette, G. R. (2021). Decellularized spinach: An edible scaffold for laboratory-grown meat. Food Bioscience, 41, 100986. doi:10.1016/j.fbio.2021.100986