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Nature volume 467, pages 280281 (16 September 2010) | Download Citation

Methods for generating embryonic-like stem cells have been established. The focus now is on finding ways to coax these cells into matching their natural counterparts as closely as possible, should this be desired.

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  1. Thomas P. Zwaka is at the Baylor College of Medicine, Center for Cell and Gene Therapy, Houston, Texas 77030, USA.  tpzwaka@bcm.edu

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