New York Stem Cell Foundation scientists were able to create stem cells from a patient with diabetes by using a modified somatic cell nuclear transfer technique, which involved transplanting nuclei from the patient's skin into egg cells that were stripped of their DNA. The study team was able to turn the resulting blastocysts into insulin-producing cells.
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