Scientists have successfully grown human cells in pig embryos, inching toward the goal of growing replacement organs for transplant. The researchers implanted human stem cells into pig embryos, where both types of cells developed for several weeks, according to a paper published Thursday in the scientific journal Cell. Researchers experimented previously with splicing human stem cells…
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