Finding could potentially make iPS cells safer for use in humans

11:32 EDT 10 Sep 2013 | Bioethics.com

Induced pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells, are a hot commodity right now in biology. The cells, which are created when non-stem cells are reprogrammed to resemble embryonic stem cells, have many potential uses in therapy and drug development. They...

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