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New study reveals potential instability in stem cells

Madison, Wis. - When you don't use or refrigerate your dairy products, they spoil beyond use - and now it looks like stem cells may have the same problem. Except instead of food poisoning, this problem could lead to cancer.

A new study in the magazine Nature Genetics claims that human embryonic stem cells, one of the few cell......

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The team studied the cells as they self-replicated, capturing images with high-resolution equipment to locate any mutations in the DNA structure. Cells were allowed to replicate between 22 and 175 times, a process which typically takes between four and five days.

At the end of the monitored replication, the researc......

Full article >>> ritical to evaluate how the aforementioned changes impact the ability of HESC to generate these cell types, as well as the implication of these changes for the safety of the cell types generated," Cezar said.

The cells may be able to play a more valued role in this study, as they could be used as a new tool for curing cancer. Since their growth and mutation is monitored so closely - down......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 09/07/05


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