Biologist discusses promise of disease-specific stem cells

08/27/2008 | MIT Technology Review

The creation of disease-specific stem cells will advance research into degenerative disorders and allow scientists to examine how environmental factors influence illnesses, said Doug Melton, co-director of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute. The institute intends to distribute the cell lines to other scientists worldwide to encourage "basic research" on embryonic stem cells, Melton said.

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