For the first time in human history, scientists have succeeded in preparing artificial blood in the lab and has been transfused to two people. However, only a few drops of this blood were added, so that their effect in the human body could be detected. These clinical trials have been done in the UK. See complete analysis of blood made in the lab in DNA
Based on certain criteria, such as mild or brief psychotic symptoms, some people are considered to be clinically at high risk of developing a psychotic disorder, such as schizophrenia. The researchers analysed blood samples taken from people at clinical high risk of psychosis. These individuals were followed up for several years to see who did and did not develop a psychotic disorder.