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Press Release 11-117
Social Scientists Study Impact of Human Adult Stem Cell Research

Researchers say human pluripotent stem cells and embryonic stem cell research is complementary

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Image of a researcher peering through a microscope.

Researchers analyzed more than 2,000 scientific papers and found adult stem cells are not replacing human embryonic stems cells in the laboratory. Instead, the two cell types have proven to be complementary.

Credit: 2011 JupiterImages Corporation

 



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