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MIT researcher makes adult stem cells multiply, then revert to normal

In a finding that may help create unlimited quantities of therapeutically valuable adult stem cells, an MIT researcher fortified adult rat liver stem cells with a metabolite that allows them to multiply like embryonic stem cells.

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December 8, 2003 in stem cell | Permalink

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