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The more ways to produce stem cells, the better. Thats how science works

Madison, Wis. Its an understandable question: If human embryonic stem cells can be produced by reprogramming the genes in a persons skin cells, then why continue to pursue research involving stem cells that come from human embryos that must be destroyed in order to gather them?

Now that a team from the Harvard Stem Cell Institute has turned ordinary......

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The advantage is that the hybrid stem cell carries the DNA of the person who provided the skin cells. That means in theory any tissue grown from those cells could be transplanted back into the donor without much risk of rejection.

The disadvantage is the same: Because it carries the DNA of the......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/29/05


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