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Chemically reprogramming cell fates

Nature Chemical Biology volume 6, pages 8485 (2010) | Download Citation

Reprogramming cell fates might cure or ameliorate many diseases. New results show that chemical reprogramming can be used in living animals to restore missing cell types.

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  1. Ronald E. Ellis is in the Department of Molecular Biology, The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Stratford, New Jersey, USA.

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