Study: Germinal cells behave like embryonic stem cells

12/2/2007 | Yahoo!

U.S. scientists found that primordial germinal cells, known as CGPM, were able to exhibit characteristics similar to somite entoblast and ectoblast cells of an embryo after being placed in human embryonic stem cell cultures. Researchers hope the cells could be used in organ regeneration therapies.

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