Embryonic stem cells: Reprogramming in early embryos

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An Oregon Health & Science University scientist has been able to make embryonic stem cells from adult mouse body cells using the cytoplasm of two-cell embryos that were in the “interphase” stage of the cell cycle. Scientists had previously thought the interphase stage—a later stage of the cell cycle—was incapable of converting transplanted adult cell nuclei into embryonic stem cells….Embryonic stem cells: Reprogramming in early embryos

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