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  • noun Plural form of teratoma.

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  • In addition, for reasons that are still poorly understood, the amniotic cells do not seem to form the tumors known as teratomas that sometimes arise from embryonic stem cells implanted in animals.

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  • In addition, for reasons that are still poorly understood, the amniotic cells do not seem to form the tumors known as teratomas that sometimes arise from embryonic stem cells implanted in animals.

    A New Era Begins

  • DNA methylation, they could become multiple types of cells and they could form tumors called teratomas when injected under the skin of laboratory mice.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • DNA methylation, they could become multiple types of cells and they could form tumors called teratomas when injected under the skin of laboratory mice.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • They isolated these GFP-free clusters and found that they exhibited all of the hallmarks of induced pluripotent cells: they expressed embryonic stem cell genes, they had similar patterns of DNA methylation, they could become multiple types of cells and they could form tumors called teratomas when injected under the skin of laboratory mice.

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  • They isolated these GFP-free clusters and found that they exhibited all of the hallmarks of induced pluripotent cells: they expressed embryonic stem cell genes, they had similar patterns of DNA methylation, they could become multiple types of cells and they could form tumors called teratomas when injected under the skin of laboratory mice.

    innovations-report

  • DNA methylation, they could become multiple types of cells and they could form tumors called teratomas when injected under the skin of laboratory mice.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • DNA methylation, they could become multiple types of cells and they could form tumors called teratomas when injected under the skin of laboratory mice.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Pluripotent cells can become any cell in the body and form tumors called teratomas when transplanted into mice. “It†™ s time to reinterpret the data, †said Renee Reijo-Pera, PhD, professor of obstetrics & gynecology at Stanford, “and to accept that we†™ re beginning to discover many different types of stem cells.

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  • Pluripotent cells can become any cell in the body and form tumors called teratomas when transplanted into mice. “It†™ s time to reinterpret the data, †said Renee Reijo-Pera, PhD, professor of obstetrics & gynecology at Stanford, “and to accept that we†™ re beginning to discover many different types of stem cells.

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