Stem cell bank seeks to add skin-cell-derived cell lines

12/6/2007 | International Herald Tribune

A stem cell bank established by the NIH in Madison, Wis., wants to house and distribute new cell lines derived from a technique that turns skin cells into embryonic stem cells. The bank could help maintain the efficient distribution of the cells to scientists and ensure the quality of the cell lines, the NIH Stem Cell Task Force leader said.

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