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Driving human stem cell differentiation: lessons from the frog

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One of the main aims of regenerative medicine is to make uncommitted stem cells develop into specific tissues or organs, so that they can be used to restore normal body function. In this talk Jim Smith proposes that the best way of doing this is to recapitulate the events of early embryonic development, and illustrates the idea using frog embryos and human embryonic stem cells.

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