For the first time, researchers succeeded in creating neuromesodermal progenitor (NMPs) cell. The produced cells could be of use in the future to treat neuromuscular diseases. Dr. James Briscoe from the MRC National Institute for Medical Research at the University of Edinburgh led the research project. The findings were published in journal PLOS Biology. Continue reading
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