Scientists create red blood cells from embryonic stem cells in mice

02/11/2008 | TherapeuticsDaily.com

Japanese scientists have created red blood cells from embryonic stem cells in mice, and they now are experimenting with human induced pluripotent cells and human ES cells. The scientists say the research could lead to the production of infectious disease-free blood for transfusions.

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