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Human embryonic stem cells

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The center cluster of cells, colored blue, shows a colony of human embryonic stem cells. These cells, which arise at the earliest stages of development, are capable of differentiating into any of the 220 types of cells in the human body and can provide access to cells for basic research and potential therapies. This image is from the lab of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's James Thomson.


James Thomson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Clay Glennon, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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