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Scientists in Japan proved it is possible to take tissue cells from the tail of a mouse, reprogrammed them as stem cells and then turn them into eggs in the lab. The ‘eggs in a dish’ were then fertilized and the resulting embryos were implanted in female mice which went on to give birth to 11 healthy pups. […]
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