Scientists have devised a method for coaxing mouse embryonic stem cells into forming a highly specific motor neurone subtype. The research, published by Cell Press in the September 3rd issue of the journal Cell Stem Cell, provides new insight into motor neurone differentiation and may prove useful for devising and testing future therapies for motor neurone diseases...
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