Reprogramming to pluripotency: from frogs to stem cells

Janet Rossant


This year's Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award goes to John Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka for their contributions to our understanding of how to reprogram adult cells back to early embryonic states.


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