Human stem cells

November 1997
Science Teacher;Nov97, Vol. 64 Issue 8, p17
Academic Journal
Reports on the development of human embryonic stem cell lines by a team of researchers. Information on stem cells from other animals; Significance of the development of the human stem cells; Details on the human stem cells; Advantages of the development; Comments from John D. Gearhart, director of the research from which the development was achieved.


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