Study: All cells could become pluripotent

11/9/2009 |

Initial studies conducted by U.S. researchers showed that only 8% of immune cell populations failed to produce induced pluripotent stem cells during the experiments. "Essentially, all cells have the potential to become pluripotent," the study's leader said.

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