Kidneys, pancreases grown in mice using embryonic stem cells

03/13/2008 | Times of India, The

University of Tokyo researchers have successfully produced kidneys and pancreases in biotech mice programmed to grow without the organs by injecting embryonic stem cells derived from healthy mice into fertilized mice eggs. Scientists believe the technique opens the possibility of using stem cells to generate human organs, in addition to nerve cells and cardiac muscles.

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