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Researchers report development of embryonic stem cells without destroying embryo

ell lines have been isolated from the inner cell mass of blastocysts and, in a few instances, from earlier, cleavage-stage embryos," said Young Chung, senior scientist at Advanced Cell Technology, and first author of the paper. "We generated five ES and seven trophoblast stem cell lines from single mouse embryo cells. The stem cells were able to generate all the cell types of body, including nerve......

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