Feeding Hungry Stem Cells: Growing Human Embryonic Stem Cells in an Environment Free of Mouse Feeder Cells Lowers the Risk of Cross-Species Infection but Does Little to Clarify What Makes Stem Cells "Tick"
Pedersen, Roger A.
Nature Biotechnology 2002 September; 20(9): 882-883
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