Wednesday, August 25, 2010 - 13:42 in Biology & Nature
LONDON (Reuters) - British scientists have created liver cells in a lab for the first time by reprogramming stem cells taken from human skin, paving the way for potential new treatments for liver diseases that kill thousands each year.
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- Scripps Research scientists home in on chemicals needed to reprogram cellsThu, 2 Dec 2010, 14:05:58 EST
- The mouse with a human liver: A new model for the treatment of liver diseaseMon, 22 Feb 2010, 17:53:15 EST
- Scalable amounts of liver and pancreas precursor cells created using new stem cell production methodSat, 3 Dec 2011, 11:38:56 EST