IPS cells made from skin cells of patients with eight diseases

04/7/2008 | BBC

Scientists were able to transform human skin cells extracted from patients with eight different diseases into induced pluripotent stem cells. This development may lead to future therapies that use iPS cells taken from the patients themselves to treat various conditions, including diabetes and Parkinson's disease.

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