T-cells made from embryonic stem cells

07/3/2006 | United Press International

U.S. scientists say the growth of mature T-cells from human embryonic stem cells gives hope a new therapy to combat AIDS and other diseases can be developed. Scientists used mouse bone marrow to transform the stem cells into T-cells, which are a key element in the human immune system and are destroyed by HIV.

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