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Liver Stem Cells Grown in Culture, Transplanted

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For decades scientists around the world have attempted to regenerate primary liver cells known as hepatocytes because of their numerous biomedical applications, including hepatitis research, drug metabolism and toxicity studies, as well as transplantation for cirrhosis and other chronic liver conditions. But no lab in the world has been successful in identifying and growing liver stem cells in culture -- using any available technique -- until now.

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My experiment: I applied the some urine and ... by Mahalingam Santhri N on Friday, Mar 1, 2013 at 8:05:24 AM
A friend of a friend actually drank his urine for ... by Daniel Geery on Friday, Mar 1, 2013 at 11:09:09 AM