Creating Embryonic Stem Cell Lines
Even today's stem cells have a history—and it's more than 30 years old! Learn how stem cell lines grow in a lab. Observe the various experiments completed to determine how cells grow in human embryos.
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- Research the growth factors mentioned at the end of the video
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