Customized human embryonic stem cells

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Korean scientists have generated patient-specific embryonic stem cells, providing a novel tool for disease research and accelerating prospects for therapeutic applications.

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Figure 1: Generation of customized patient-specific human ES Cell lines by somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT).

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