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Without residual foreign matter

The specialization of cells is not a one-way street. It takes just four genes to turn a differentiated cell, such as a skin or blood cell, back into a stem cell that is available for new duties. These stem cells are called “induced pluripotent cells.” With SimpliconTM, Merck is providing a new, safe, and efficient process for creating these cells. More Information at M - The Explorer Magazine: https://bit.ly/2JwaPZO

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