Therapeutic cloning is used to generate renal cells

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Chicago--Therapeutic cloning can be used to generate immune-compatible renal cells, according to the results of a collaborative study from the Laboratory for Tissue Engineering, Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, and Advanced Cell Technology, Worcester, MA. The technique may be used to engineer renal tissue for autologous applications, researchers suggest.

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