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Donors Provide Eggs, Sperm to Make Stem Cells

 
  July, 11 2001 18:25
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For the first time, scientists have created stem cells from human embryos using eggs and sperm from volunteers who made the donations for the explicit purpose of providing tissue for medical research, according to a study published on Wednesday:

Lanzendorf SE, Boyd CA, Wright DL, Muasher S, Oehninger S, Hodgen GD. Use of human gametes obtained from anonymous donors for the production of human embryonic stem cell lines. Fertil Steril 2001 Jul;76(1):132-7


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