Scientists create embryonic stem cells from monkeys

06/20/2007 | Reuters

U.S. researchers revealed success in creating embryonic stem cells from the embryos of monkeys. The two batches of stem cells produced could be a development leading to human therapeutic cloning for new stem cell lines, the researchers said.

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