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A cluster of neural cells were derived from human embryonic stem cells in the lab of Su-Chun Zhang. The motor neurons are shown in red, neural fibers appear green, and the blue specks indicate DNA in cell nuclei. Photo courtesy of UW-Madison.
Madison, Wis. A research team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has succeeded in enticing human embryoni......

Full article >>> over the place," Zhang said. "That's really why the scientific community is more interested in this piece of work. It could potentially impact the field in general.

"You have to follow the timing," he added. "[If] you train a baby before they can sit to go to the toilet or walk around, it's just not possible. So that's the message we are trying to deliver."

The real fruit of the......

Full article >>> listic to expect that scientists will be able to get human motor neurons to reproduce and reattach in the body properly in the short term, according to Bruijn. But there is hope.

"It does provide us with a first important step, that we can actually make these cells in culture systems and we can use them in a variety of studies to understand why these cells die and to manipulate them in a ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 01/31/05


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