Scotsman.com News 2014.01.29 23:55
Researchers say they created stem cells from various tissues of newborn
mice. Picture: AP
by ANGUS HOWARTH
A "REVOLUTIONARY" new approach to creating stem cells in the laboratory
could open up a new era of personalised medicine, scientists claimed.
Japanese researchers have shown it is possible to reprogramme mice cells
into an embryonic-like state simply by altering their environment.
It means, in principle, that cells can have their developmental clock
CELL, CHANGER, SCIENTIST, STEM, MEDICINE, MOUSE, Mason, Japan, USA