Stem cell therapy is for animals too

Stem cell therapy is increasingly becoming a more common form of medicine – and animals are benefiting too. [..] Dr Monika Nowak-Imialek of the FLI said: “Our porcine EPSCs isolated from pig embryos are the first well-characterized cell lines worldwide. EPSC’s great potential to develop into any type of cell provides important implications for developmental biology, regenerative medicine, organ transplantation, disease modelling and screening for drugs”.[..]


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Stem cell therapy is for animals too. 2019.


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