Riken Researcher Admits Photo Error, But Says STAP Study Unaffected
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A researcher on the groundbreaking Japan study showing that adding stress to a cell could stimulate it to acquire pluripotency and become a stem cell capable of developing into any tissue has acknowledged a mistake in publishing the work.
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