Study identifies protein's important role in stem cell process

08/27/2009 | Business Weekly (U.K.)

British researchers have uncovered that the protein called Nanog plays an important role in the final process that leads to stem cells' pluripotency. Understanding this process is crucial to the efficient and safe production of stem cells for medical purposes, one of the researchers said.

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