Human model of Huntington’s disease created from skin’s stem cells

| July 2, 2012
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An international consortium of Huntington’s disease experts, including several from the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center at UC Irvine, has generated a human model of the deadly inherited disorder directly from the skin cells of affected patients.

View the original article here: Human Model of Huntington’s Disease Created from Skin’s Stem Cells – Bioscience Technology

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