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This microscope image (200X magnification) shows the 6-day-old embryo — also known as a blastocyst — that U-M Consortium for Stem Cell Therapies researchers used to create a cell line that carries the gene for hemophilia.
Credit: Gary Smith.
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This microscope image (100X magnification) shows a cluster of several thousand human embryonic stem cells growing together as a colony. This colony is part of a U-M stem cell line that carries the gene for hemophilia.
Gary Smith.
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Gary Smith removing a rack containing vials that hold frozen human embryos donated to the U-M Consortium for Stem Cell Therapies.
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Gary Smith, leader of the cell-line derivation project and co-director of the U-M Consortium for Stem Cell Therapies.
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