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Contributory Info: Cloned Human Embryo Makes Working Stem Cells

Written by David Cyranoski, Nature‘s article explains, “It is not the end-all experiment that scientists aiming to create embryonic stem cells have been hoping for — the embryos are not true clones, because the DNA of the stem-cell line does not match that of the patient who donated cells — but it is a step in that direction and addresses some of the problems that have flummoxed experiments.”

Cyranoski continues, “In conventional cloning techniques, researchers remove the single set of chromosomes from an unfertilized egg, inject the two sets from a patient’s adult cell and try to get the introduced DNA to drive the egg towards embryonic development. But such cells usually stop developing after a few divisions.”

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