Embryonic Stem Cell Research

La Madeleine, Bonnie Lee
July 2005
J@pan Inc.;Summer2005, Issue 64, p54
Focuses on embryonic stem cell research. Information on embryonic stem cells; Debate on the ethical use of embryonic stem cells; Study on the use of embryonic stem cells for the treatment of Parkinson's disease by a Japanese research team led by Jun Takahashi; Potential of embryonic stem cells for research compared to adult and umbilical cord blood cells.

Tags: EMBRYONIC stem cells -- Research;  STEM cells;  MEDICINE -- Research;  SCIENTISTS;  PARKINSON'S disease -- Treatment;  TAKAHASHI, Jun


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