Embryonic stem cells may be more stable than expected

06/1/2005 | BBC

A Cambridge University study suggests human embryonic stem cells may be more stable than scientists thought, given the instability of similar cells from mice grown in culture. According to the study in Nature Genetics, the researchers examined six "imprinted" genes from four lines of human embryonic stem cells and found their epigenetic status hardly altered while they grew.

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