More breakthrough developments in iPS cells.
“A new method may allow scientists to reduce the risk of cancer as they turn adult stem cells to a more powerful, embryonic-like state, according to a study in mice.
By inserting just two genes into some adult brain cells, German scientists found a way to give them the same power as embryonic stem cells to become almost any other cell type in the body. The findings were published today in the journal Nature.”
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