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Baby Mice Born from Eggs Made from Stem Cells

mouse egg stem cell babies

Stem cells have been coaxed into creating everything from liver cells to beating heart tissue. Recently, these versatile cells were even used to make fertile mouse sperm, suggesting that stem cell technology might eventually be able to play a role in the treatment of human infertility. Now two types of stem cells have been turned [...]

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Adult stem cells retain cellular memory of original tissue

embryonic stem cells which have genetic differences from ips cells

Curious differences in gene expression between reprogrammed adult stem cells, called induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells), and the embryonic stem cells that the former are designed to mimic might now be explained by a new discovery about just how much information a "reprogrammed" adult stem cell retains. Two new studies describe the extent to [...]

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