Japanese Scientists Create New Organs From Mouse Embryo Stem Cells
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Tokyo researchers have used embryonic stem cells to create new kidneys and pancreases in mice. The University of Tokyo group injected stem cells from healthy mice the fertilized eggs of infected mice to achieve the organ replication. The team leader said now that a technique has been developed for human bodies to produce their own replacement organs, "we need to clear safety and ethics issues from now." (Click here for more
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