Scientists Find New Source of Stem Cells A team of researchers isolates stem cells from amniotic fluid. The stem cells appear to have the ability to change into many types of tissues, similar to embryonic stem cells.
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Scientists Find New Source of Stem Cells

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Scientists Find New Source of Stem Cells

Scientists Find New Source of Stem Cells

Scientists Find New Source of Stem Cells

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A team of researchers isolates stem cells from amniotic fluid. The stem cells appear to have the ability to change into many types of tissues, similar to embryonic stem cells.

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Dr. Anthony Atala, professor and chair, Department of Urology; director of the Institute for Regenerative Medicine; Wake Forest University School of Medicine