Understanding Stem Cells

March 2005
Diabetes Health;Mar2005, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p14
Presents information on the types of stem cells. Qualities of embryonic stem cells; Number of tissues in humans containing adult stem cells; Uses of adult stem cells in research.


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