Mice created from eggs made from the skin cells of female mice, which produced embryos that were implanted into female mice, who then gave birth. Within a decade or two, researchers say, scientists will likely be able to create a baby from human skin cells.
Mice created from eggs made from the skin cells of female mice, which produced embryos that were implanted into female mice, who then gave birth. Within a decade or two, researchers say, scientists will likely be able to create a baby from human skin cells. Katsuhiko Hayashi The New York Times
Mice created from eggs made from the skin cells of female mice, which produced embryos that were implanted into female mice, who then gave birth. Within a decade or two, researchers say, scientists will likely be able to create a baby from human skin cells. Katsuhiko Hayashi The New York Times

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May 17, 2017 1:06 PM

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