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The Alchemy of Stem Cell Research [Opinion]

Anderson, David J. (2001) The Alchemy of Stem Cell Research [Opinion]. New York Times . Opinion Section. ISSN 1553-8095. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20150422-123213224

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[First paragraph-] As a biologist involved in stem cell research for over a decade, I find the current debate over human embryonic stem cells increasingly detached from scientific reality. Embryonic stem cells are primitive cells with a broad potential to differentiate into any specialized cell type in the body - liver cells, for example, or insulin-producing cells, or specific types of neural cells. They are infant cells that have not yet chosen a profession.


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