Japanese researchers make adult cells behave like embryonic stem cells

Adult cells have been transformed to take on the character of embryonic stem cells. The cells–which the researchers designate “induced pluripotent stem cells” (iPS)–exhibit the physical, growth, and genetic characteristics typical of embryonic stem cells, they reported. “Pluripotent” refers to the ability to differentiate into most other cell types.

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