Subject: Can stem cells harvested from primates work in humans?
Date: Mon Dec 2 20:18:49 2002
Posted by Greg
Grade level: undergrad
School: The Ohio State University
City: Columbus State/Province: Ohio
Area of science: Cell Biology
With all the controversy surrounding stem cell research I was wondering since
primates (Apes, chimpanzees, etc.) are man's closest genetic relative if they
might be a less controversial alternative to human stem cell research.
Re: Can stem cells harvested from primates work in humans?
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