Disease-Specific iPS Cell Lines Could Be Useful Tools for Drug Screening | GenomeWeb
Scientists at the Children’s Hospital of Boston and the Harvard Stem Cell Institute last week announced that they have derived induced pluripotent stem cells from patients with 10 different Mendelian or complex genetic diseases using a reprogramming protocol similar to that used by Yamanaka and Thomson in their seminal papers last year in Cell and Science.
 

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