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One step closer to therapeutic cloning

  May, 1 2001 0:09
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Research shows therapeutic cloning technique may work in mice

Researchers are one step closer to the performance of therapeutic cloning in mice, with an eye not toward developing another mouse, but generating an unlimited source of genetically matched therapeutic dopamine cells. The technique may have implications for Parkinson's disease research. The paper describing the research by investigators at Memorial Sloan-Kettering and The Rockefeller University will be published in the April 27 issue of Science.

Esther Carver
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

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