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Eggs grown from mouse skin cells: new technique re-creates ovary conditions in lab dish.

For the first time, researchers have grown eggs entirely in a lab dish.

Skin-producing cells called fibroblasts from the tip of an adult mouse's tail have been reprogrammed to make eggs, Japanese researchers report online October 17 in Nature. Those eggs were fertilized, and when implanted in female mice, grew into six healthy mice. The accomplishment could make it possible to study the formation of eggs--a mysterious process that takes place inside fetuses. If the feat can be repeated...

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