A cell that has the ability to continously divide and differentiate to other kinds of cells/tissues
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IVF simply means fertilization in a dish. This is achieved by obtaining sperm and an egg. Optimal eggs are chosen, and the sperm washed. They are then mixed in a dish, and cultured for approximately 3 days, until the zygote … Continue reading
In 2007 the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to Sir Martin J. Evans, Mario Cappecchi and Oliver Smithies. The Laureates genetically modified and implanted embryonic stem cells into adult female mice, and that way creating genetically modified offspring. … Continue reading
We found an interesting video on youtube.com, which simply explaines what stem cells are. The video also uses many important words that we will use throughout the blog.