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Image of the Day: Flowers and Stems

The neural stem cells in this micrograph have been created directly from mouse skin cells using a combination of only nine chemicals.

The Scientist Staff

GLADSTONE INSTITUTES, MINGLIANG ZHANG

(See “Cell Reprogramming Successes,” The Scientist, May 2, 2016; M. Zhang et al., “Pharmacological reprogramming of fibroblasts into neural stem cells by signalling-directed transcriptional activation,” Cell Stem Cell, 2016.)

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