Study: Testicle stem cells grown into different cells

10/8/2008 | Bloomberg

German scientists were able to extract stem cells from the testicles of adult men and transform them into bone, muscle, neural and other cell types. The technique could help researchers create stem cells that could be used to repair injured tissue of male patients with complex disorders, as well as avoid ethical problems that come with using human embryos.

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