Unformatted text preview: reprogram cells. True or false: Nuclear reprogramming relies on inserting genes into mature cells that either “turn back the developmental clock” or “change a cells developmental fate”. The human version of genes that act to reprogram mouse cells, do not reprogram human cells. One current goal is to reprogram a skin cell from a Parkinson’s patient into an induced pluripotent stem cell, and then to redirect that cell into a neuron, which could be used to treat that patient....
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- Fall '09
- DNA, cells developmental fate, reprogram cells