Human Umbilical Cord Blood Cell Co-Culture Supports Embryonic Stem Cell Expansion
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Researchers in Taiwan have developed a "safe, feasible and robust co-culture system" supplied by human umbilical cord mensenchymal stem cells to feed the sustained culture used for human embryonic stem cell expansion prior to cell transplantation.
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