Cell transplant restores sight for blind mice

11/8/2006 | MSNBC

The transplant of light-sensitive cells into the eyes of blind mice restored their vision, U.S. and British scientists say. Rather than using stem cells that could develop into any cell type, the procedure involved more developed cells that were heading toward becoming photoreceptor cells.

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