Live Mice from Fibroblast
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Live Mice from Fibroblast

In the first video, view a mouse created using an alternative to human embryonic stem cells known as induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. The second image shows a 13.5-day-year-old embryo that was created using iPS cells. Video By Dr. Qi Zhou and Zhuo Lv/Courtesy of Nature

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