Study: Mouse cloned with adult stem cells from hair follicles

02/12/2007 | Forbes

A new study says scientists were able to clone mice by using adult stem cells obtained from the hair follicles of a mouse. Researchers said the cells collected from the hairs of a male mouse were more efficient than already-differentiated cells but not nearly as efficient as embryonic cells.

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