Fulfilling our pluripotential: iPS cells 6 years on

It has taken just six years since the release of his seminal publication on the genetic reprogramming of human somatic cells for Shinya Yamanaka to be awarded the most prestigious of all accolades: the Nobel Prize. Compare that to his co-recipient, Sir John B. Gurdon, whose critical paper was first published 50 years ago in 1962 (co-incidentally the year Yamanaka was born), and you begin to appreciate the monumental significance of this development. In August 2006, Kazutoshi Takahashi and Shinya...
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