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Cell reprogramming

Eggs and sperm do it when they combine to make an embryo. John Gurdon did it in the 1960s, when he used intestinal cells from tadpoles to generate genetically identical frogs. Ian Wilmut did it too, when he used an adult mammalian cell to make Dolly the sheep in 1996. Reprogramming — reverting differentiated cells back to an embryonic state, with the extraordinary ability to create all the cells in the body — has been going on for a very long time.

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