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Researchers create a genetic oddity in pursuit of a more versatile cell.
A new method tested in monkeys for replacing mitochondrial DNA could one day prevent devastating diseases.
Biologist Doug Melton talks about how disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine.
Scientists have generated early-stage cloned human embryos, but not stem cells.
A lack of human eggs has created a major roadblock in one of the most promising areas of stem-cell research.