Research shows stem cell's fate affected by surroundings

07/4/2006 | Washington Times, The

U.S. scientists found that even when embryonic stem cells are outside the body and in a laboratory dish, the proteins surrounding the developing cells play a major role in what organ the stem cells become. The lead author says the study could lead to laboratory environments conducive to the growth of specialized cells to treat diseases.

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