Ultimate human stem cells created in the laboratory
from New Scientist
A new type of human stem cell, never seen in nature, has been made in the laboratory. The cells may be the primordial embryonic cell from which all our cells are created. They should be better at making replacement organs than existing stem cells. "We see it as a blank canvas, the starting point for all tissues in the body," says Austin Smith of the University of Cambridge, who led the team that developed the cells.
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