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There are some problems more important than the moral status of a stem cell.
Stayin’ Alive, a consistently entertaining and thought-provoking blog, has the perfect antidote to an overdose on pluripotent stem cell reporting. We’re obsessed with a non-existent threat of the Islamofascist movement taking over the world, the moral status of zygotes, the … Continue reading
What’s New in Pubmed – Stem Cells
I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed. In this week’s post, I’ve got a good review of the recent Yamanaka paper everyone’s talking about.:
The commentary on “Defining Pluripotency in Human Cells” is up at the Niche.
Featuring commentary on their previous article by Peter Andrews, Shinya Yamanaka, Paul Tesar, and William Gunn(aka yours truly). I really like Paul Tesar’s idea of a “pluripotency score”, because it’s just this kind of multi-factorial definition we’ll need to really … Continue reading →
13. December 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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