Researchers create stem cell method that could benefit organ transplants
New healthcare research has developed a method that has enabled scientists to create stem cells for the human liver and pancreas. This could allow both cells to be created for clinical uses such as transplant therapies. The technique developed within the study will allow researchers to grow original, self-renewing human stem-cells for the first time. These cells are specific to the the upper section of the digestive system known as the foregut.
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