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Scientists Generate Millions of Mature Human Cells in a Mouse Embryo

News   May 14, 2020 | Original story from University at Buffalo

 
Scientists Generate Millions of Mature Human Cells in a Mouse Embryo

This figure shows a large quantity of human cells (labeled green) in a 17-day old mouse embryo (labeled blue). Most of the human cells are red blood cells, which are accumulated in the mouse fetal liver. Credit: Zhixing Hu

 
 
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