noun Cell Biology.
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It launches curricular reviews and stem-cell initiatives; it raises money, and buys up property (or at least, it used to).
Many women who undergo IVF either discard their leftover embryos or donate them for stem-cell research.
Maybe they would, but this has played absolutely no part in the stem-cell debate.
Now, Rich writes, “when Barack Obama ended the Bush stem-cell policy last week, there were no such overheated theatrics.”
I am often criticized for previously voting for John Kerry and my support of stem-cell research.
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A cell from which a variety of other cells can develop through the process of cellular differentiation. Stem cells can produce only a certain group of cells (as with skin stem cells) or any cell in the body (as with embryonic stem cells).