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Sterile Mice Made Fertile in Stem-Cell Breakthrough

The Wall Street Journal,  Aug 5, 2011
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Scientists have used laboratory-originated sperm to make sterile mice fertile, a feat that opens up new avenues for researching and treating infertility in people. A team at Kyoto University first turned mouse embryonic cells into sperm, according to a study in the journal Cell. The sperm was used to fertilize mouse eggs, which produced healthy and fertile offspring.

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