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The researchers at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C., were able to get the amniotic cells to differentiate into fat, bone, muscle, blood, nerve and liver cells.
Isnt that just dandy for the mouse.One advantage is that these cells, unlike embryonic stem cells, don't form tumors when implanted into mice.
But even more important, because amniotic fluid is so easy to harvest, it would make it possible ...
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