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Stem cells grown into tissues

"MIT scientists today reported the first known success in using human embryonic stem cells to grow primitive versions of human organs and tissues. They say this represents a promising step toward the development of lab-engineered tissues that could one day eliminate some organ shortages."

This one is worth following.
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November 4, 2003 in research, stem cell, worth following... | Permalink