Human Stem Cells Recreate Pituitary Function in Rats

Credit: Marce/morguefileResearchers at Sloan Kettering in New York have successfully implanted human stem cells into rats with hypopituitarism and stimulated them to form functioning pituitary tissue. The study originally appeared in the journal Stem Cell Reports. Read the article about it in Science Daily here.

 

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