Organs derived from donor pluripotent stem cells using a xenogenic environment
|Generation of Rat Pancreas in Mouse by Interspecific Blastocyst Injection of Pluripotent Stem Cells||Kobayashi T et al.|
|The complexity of organogenesis hinders in vitro generation of organs derived from a patient’s pluripotent stem cells (PSCs), an ultimate goal of regenerative medicine.|
These data constitute proof of principle for interspecific blastocyst complementation and for generation in vivo of organs derived from donor PSCs using a xenogenic environment.
|Cell, Vol 142, 5, P787-799, Sep 03, 2010|
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