For the study, newly fertilised mouse cells were halted in cell division and the genetic material replaced with that of mature skin cells from mouse tails. The eggs formed blastocytes, from which embryonic stem cells were derived. This method was also effective for production of embryonic stem cells from defective zygotes (Nature 2007; 447: 679-85).
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