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Gene Triggers Formation of Sensory Cells in the Ear

  1. Dec 28, 2003 #1
    2 interesting articles I found at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute website. They have a good news/archive search feature too.

    http://www.hhmi.org/news/zoghbi.html [Broken]
    Gene Triggers Formation of Sensory Cells in the Ear
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    "HHMI investigator Huda Zoghbi and colleagues believe their finding raises the possibility of using gene therapy to replenish damaged inner ear hair cells."

    http://www.hhmi.org/news/zoghbi4.html [Broken]
    Gene Triggers Stem Cell Differentiation
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    "What we can learn about the molecular events that trigger intestinal stem cells to differentiate could likely prove applicable to many other stem cells in other parts of the organism," said HHMI investigator Huda Zoghbi.
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