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First ‘Haploid’ Human Stem Cell Could Change the Face of Medical Research

15:10 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Bioethics.com

(Medical Research) – Most of the cells in our body are diploid, which means they carry two sets of chromosomes—one from each parent. Until now, scientists have only succeeded in creating haploid embryonic stem cells—which contain a single set of … Read More

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