Researchers turn embryonic stem cells into red blood cells

British researchers have converted an embryonic stem cell line called RC-7 into red blood cells. "At the end of this three-year period we would envisage generating up to a unit [a pint] of red cells from embryonic stem cells at clinical grade which fulfill all the in vitro characteristics of red cells," the lead researcher said.

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