Transplanting human embryonic stem cells into primate models of Parkinson's disease led to strong survival rates of the cells after six weeks, indicating that the cells adapted to the host animals, researchers reported in the journal Cell Transplantation. "Our results demonstrate that pluripotent stem cell line-derived neurons retain the capacity to robustly survive and respond to cues in the primate brain," researchers said.

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