Stem-cell list offers sixty-four lines

Knight, Jonathan
August 2001
Nature;8/30/2001, Vol. 412 Issue 6850, p843
Academic Journal
Focuses on the publication of human embryonic stem-cell lines in the United States. Utility of the line cells to publicly funded researchers;Derivation of the cell lines; Development of stem-cell therapies for degenerative diseases; Concentration of stem-cell lines .


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