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It's 99 percent certain: Research cannot rely on adult stem cells alone

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MADISONIn the first debate of Wisconsin's U.S. Senate campaign, Republican Tim Michels dismissed scientific research using human embryonic stem cells as little more than an inconsequential sideshow. Michels said he supports the 99 percent of stem cell research that uses adult stem cells ......

Full article >>> rch revolves around producing cells for bone marrow, insulin-producing pancreatic islet cells, neural tissue, heart tissue and muscle.

Embryonic stem cell technology, combined with the recent mapping of the human genome system, also has the potential to speed up the often-laborious and imprecise process of drug discovery. It also offers a fascinating glimpse into the earliest stages of hu......

Full article >>> y to proliferate into quantities that can be effectively used in research or therapy. They can be dangerous to extract from some organs, such as the brain. As humans agewhen such cells are needed the mostthey become ever rarer. Adult stem cells may also exhibit genetic defects from exposure to toxins and sunlight. Perhaps most important, the targeted disease for stem cell therapy may already be lu......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 10/04/04


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