Proteins confirm iPS cells, embryonic stem cells virtually identical

09/14/2011 | ThirdAge.com

A study in the journal Nature Methods found only a 1% difference between the proteins in embryonic stem cells and those in induced pluripotent stem cells. "These differences do not appear to appreciably alter cellular function in the pluripotent state," the authors wrote. The study is the first to comprehensively compare the proteins in the two types of stem cells, Stanford's Doug Phanstiel said.

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