By Ariel Bleicher
Induced Stem Cells Promise ‘A Whole New Way To Do Medicine’
In Petri dishes inside Dr. Lorenz Studer’s lab, translucent clumps of human cells multiply in nutrient baths the color of red Kool-Aid. Under a microscope, the cells look round and gelatinous, like mounds of miniature eyeballs. “You can’t tell by looking at them, but there’s something wrong in the genetic code,” said Studer, a professor…
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