John Kerr posted in bioethics • ethics • Fertility • infertility • reproduction • reproductive biology • sperm • stem cells on February 26th, 2016.
Scientists in China have created functioning sperm from mice stem cells in the laboratory. To accomplish this feat, the researchers coaxed mouse embryonic stem cells to turn into functional sperm-like cells, which were then injected into egg cells to produce fertile mouse offspring. The research, published in Cell Stem Cell, provides a platform for generating […]
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