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Stem Cells Can Become Anything, But Not Without This Protein, University of Michigan Medical School Study  
8/22/2012 7:33:57 AM

How do stem cells preserve their ability to become any type of cell in the body? And how do they "decide" to give up that magical state and start specializing? If researchers could answer these questions, our ability to harness stem cells to treat disease could explode. Now, a University of Michigan Medical School team has published a key discovery that could help that goal become reality.
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