S. Korean scientists seek stem cells without embryos

03/5/2007 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

Researchers in South Korea say they are pushing to develop new ways to create human stem cells without using embryos, in an effort to develop "controversy-free stem cell techniques." The government-sponsored effort is investigating spermatozoa or a reverse differentiation process and using interspecies somatic cell nuclear transfer.

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