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Can I Get a Test Tube Burger and Some Fries?

Dutch scientists have developed a techinque to grow meat in a lab and plan to serve the world's first test tube hamburger this October. The meat is produced by putting stem cells of the animal in a nutrient broth with serum from a cow fetus, which grows into muscle cells and multiplies up to 30 times. The strips of meat contract like real muscles and are stretched on velcro to stay supple.
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