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No end in sight for stem-cell odyssey

Advanced Cell Technology plans to tread cautiously on the ground left vacant by the collapse of a South Korean scientist's claims to have cloned a human embryo, as David Cyranoski reports.

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No end in sight for stem-cell odyssey. Nature 439, 658–659 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1038/439658a

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