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VARIOUS STAGES: Human embryonic stem cell colonies, shown here in different states of development, sometimes include a core of undifferentiated cells surrounded by a margin of differentiated cells, such as the small colony at right in figure B.
James A. Thomson, an associate research veterinarian at the University of Wisconsin's Regional Primate Research Center in Madison, led a group that derived stem...
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