Subject: For cloning, do you need just stem cells, or can you use other cells?
Date: Fri May 18 14:53:45 2001
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Area of science: Cell Biology
I have a hunch going that you can use any cell from the body if you want to
clone the certain function of that cell. Otherwise you can't clone a liver cell
from a brain cell. But I'm not sure about that. I haven't looked into this
before (and no I am not doing a science report on this).
Re: For cloning, do you need just stem cells, or can you use other cells?
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