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A new year and a new era

Manipulating cells from adult human tissue, scientists have generated cells with the same developmental potential as embryonic stem cells. The research opportunities these exciting observations offer are limitless.

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Pera, M. A new year and a new era. Nature 451, 135–136 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/451135a

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