Study: Stem cells may be a substitute for lung transplants

09/18/2007 | Reuters

U.K. researchers have successfully injected lung cells derived from embryonic stem cells into the tail veins of mice and found that the implanted cells moved to the lungs within two days, without spreading to other organs. They believe the findings could lead to a possible application of stem cells as an alternative to lung transplants.

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