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Monkeys Still Critical for Stem Cell Research, Scientists Say

News   Sep 17, 2018 | By Natasha Kassulke for the University of Wisconsin-Madison

 
Nonhuman Primates Have a Starring Role in the Stem Cell Story

Monkey cells – especially those of the rhesus monkey – grow in culture almost identically to human cells, allowing for the study of disease etiology and physiology to develop therapies and treatments for human diseases. Credit: Jeff Miller

 
 
 

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