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BRITAIN
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April 12, 2006
Polymer preserved foetuses are displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12,...
London, United Kingdom
Polymer preserved foetuses displayed at Bodies exhibition at Earls Court in London
Polymer preserved foetuses are displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006. The exhibition, which is designed to allow visitors an insight into what lies beneath their own skin, showcases 22 whole body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body parts. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
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April 12, 2006
A polymer preserved skull is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006....
London, United Kingdom
Polymer preserved skull displayed at Bodies exhibition at Earls Court in London
A polymer preserved skull is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006. The exhibition, which is designed to allow visitors an insight into what lies beneath their own skin, showcases 22 whole body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body parts. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
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April 12, 2006
A polymer preserved body is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006....
London, United Kingdom
Polymer preserved body displayed at Bodies exhibition at Earls Court in London
A polymer preserved body is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006. The exhibition, which is designed to allow visitors an insight into what lies beneath their own skin, showcases 22 whole body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body parts. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
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April 12, 2006
A polymer preserved foetus is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12,...
London, United Kingdom
Polymer preserved foetus displayed at Bodies exhibition at Earls Court in London
A polymer preserved foetus is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006. The exhibition, which is designed to allow visitors an insight into what lies beneath their own skin, showcases 22 whole body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body parts. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
BRITAIN
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April 12, 2006
A polymer preserved foetus is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12,...
London, United Kingdom
Polymer preserved foetus displayed at Bodies exhibition at Earls Court in London
A polymer preserved foetus is displayed at the Bodies exhibition at Earl's Court in London April 12, 2006. The exhibition, which is designed to allow visitors an insight into what lies beneath their own skin, showcases 22 whole body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body parts. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty
HEALTH TRANSPLANTS
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September 19, 2000
Luigi Vescovi (Top L), codirector of the San Raffaele Hospital's Stem Cell Research Institute in Milan,...
Milan, Italy
Luigi Vescovi (Top L), codirector of the San Raffaele Hospital's Stem Cell Research Institute in Mil.....
Luigi Vescovi (Top L), codirector of the San Raffaele Hospital's Stem Cell Research Institute in Milan, poses with scientists Giulio Cossu (Top R) and Rossella Galli in a Institute's laboratory September 19, 2000. [Scientist in Milan said they had shown that stem cells from the brains of adult rats can be used to generate muscular tissue in a discovery that could eventually have implications for transplant therapy. Vescovi said in a news conference that new research had proven what he called the transdifferentiation capacity of somatic adult stem cells. Its a process by which a cell from a given tissue can give rise to a cell form of a different tissue, possibly even of a different embryonic origin, he told Reuters after presenting a paper to be published in science journal Nature Neuroscience. ]
HEALTH TRANSPLANTS
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September 19, 2000
Luigi Vescovi (Top L), codirector of the San Raffaele Hospital's Stem Cell Research Institute in Milan,...
Milan, Italy
LUIGI VESCOVI CODIRECTOR OF THE SAN RAFFAELE HOSPITAL STEM CELL RESEARCH INSTITUTE POSES IN MILAN.
Luigi Vescovi (Top L), codirector of the San Raffaele Hospital's Stem Cell Research Institute in Milan, poses with scientists Giulio Cossu (Top R) and Rossella Galli in a Institute's laboratory September 19, 2000. Scientist in Milan said they had shown that stem cells from the brains of adult rats can be used to generate muscular tissue in a discovery that could eventually have implications for transplant therapy. Vescovi said in a news conference that new research had proven what he called the transdifferentiation capacity of somatic adult stem cells. Its a process by which a cell from a given tissue can give rise to a cell form of a different tissue, possibly even of a different embryonic origin, he told Reuters after presenting a paper to be published in science journal Nature Neuroscience.

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