Australian researchers use human stem cells to make blood cells in volume

06/17/2005 | Reuters

Australian scientists developed a process using human master cells to produce blood cells in volume, a development that could someday provide safe blood cells for transfusions and organ transplants. The researchers said they turned human embryonic stem cells into red and white blood cells with a system that produces more cells more rapidly and safely than with other procedures.

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