Making Stem Cells From Liposuction Leftovers Is Easy Says Researcher

Writing in a new study, US researchers said it was easier and just as safe to make stem cells from fat cells newly isolated from patients, for instance from cells present in liposuction "leftovers", than it was to make them from skin cells as other studies have done recently.

The study was the work of researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine in California and was published online ahead of print on 8 September

Ready sources of adult stem cells that can be reprogrammed to work like embryonic stem cells are a much sought significant alternative to using embryos for making patient-specific cell lines to study diseases and regenerate tissue.

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