Scientists use human proteins to turn skin cells into iPS cells

05/29/2009 | Reuters

Scientists at Harvard University and Advanced Cell Technology said they were able to safely reprogram ordinary skin cells from newborn boys into induced pluripotent stem cells by soaking them in human proteins. Advanced Cell plans to ask permission from the FDA to conduct human trials of the cells by 2010, Advanced Cell's Robert Lanza said.

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