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Insulin Plays a Role in Maintaining Stem Cells

News   Sep 27, 2017 | Original story from the University of Copenhagen

 
Insulin Plays a Role in Maintaining Stem Cells

Mouse embryo that has been injected with embryonic stem cells grown in Insulin showing these cells can make all cell types. The embryos are at the stage when they are making all the different basic cell types of the future body, gastrulation. The stem cells were labelled genetically so they fluoresce in red under the microscope. Credit: University of Copenhagen

 
 
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