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Can we do this putting molecules or atoms together if we know the atomic structure of a blood cell or any other cell, like a brain cell? I was told that simple organic structures could be made this way, are these cells in the human body considered "simple" organic structures or are they too complex to "make" using this method of putting molecules and atoms together? Thank you so much!!!!!! For a project that is due soon. Thanks for any help!!!!!!!
Re: Can scientists 'make' red blood cells, white cells, or any other cells?
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