Stem cells: Lost in translation

@article{Chien2004StemCL,
  title={Stem cells: Lost in translation},
  author={Kenneth R. Chien},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2004},
  volume={428},
  pages={607-608}
}
medicine’ — often referred to as bench-to-bedside research — stemcell therapy is a prime destination. Stem cells are cells that have not taken on the identity of any specific cell type and are not yet committed to any dedicated function; they can divide indefinitely and may be induced to give rise to one or more specialized cell types. They not only offer scientists a tool to study the early molecular events in organ development, they also offer hope for tissue repair and regeneration to… CONTINUE READING

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