Researchers from the University of Buffalo and the Roswell Park Cancer Institute modified human pluripotent stem cells to resemble naive cells and inserted them in mouse embryos, resulting in a human-mouse chimera with 4% human cells. The findings could pave the way for scientists to grow human organs in vivo for patients in need of an organ transplant.
Researchers create human-mouse chimera with highest level of human cells yet
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