Scientists create embryonic stem cells without using embryos

Bypassing the use of embryos themselves, teams of scientists report success in creating what are effectively embryonic stem cells from ordinary skin cells of mice. The researchers did so by turning back the biological clocks of the skin cells to their embryonic state, obviating the need to use eggs or destroy embryos to collect stem cells.

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