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Stem Cell Research - Future Challenges - The Biochips

Much progress has been made since the first human embryonic stem cells were grown in the lab in 1998. The first clinical trials testing the safety of using specialized cells grown from hESCs are just beginning. Technological advances in miniaturization have found a niche in biology and signal the beginning of a new revolution.

Citation: Bisen PS (2014) Stem Cell Research - Future Challenges - The Biochips. J Bone Marrow Res 2:e112.

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