Cloning produces human embryonic stem cells

Fine-tuning of technique used in other animals could enable personalized medicine

CLONING FEAT Using a laser and a tiny needle, researchers suck DNA from a human egg, the first step of a newly revised process that created human embryonic stem cells for the first time. 

Courtesy of M. Tachibana

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