Three-parent monkeys may lead to improved stem cell therapy

| | March 15, 2013
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The world’s first chimeric monkeys were created in a laboratory last year, and they offer surprising new insights into embryonic stem cell therapy: One reason for often-poor treatment outcomes may be that we’re using embryos that are, strangely, just too old.

Read the full article here: World’s First Three-Parent Monkeys Created

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