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Monday, July 11, 2011
Embryonic stem cells are synonymous with unrestricted potential. But researchers from Canadian McMaster University have discovered that while their potential may indeed be unrestricted in the sense that an embryonic stem cell can turn into any cell type, different embryonic stem cells differ in how easily they are able to turn into different cells.

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