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Ethical Aspects of ES Cell-Derived Gametes

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17 Sep 2004
Vol 305, Issue 5691
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The authors acknowledge support from the Branco Weiss Fellowship Society-in-Science and a project grant from the European Commission.

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Giuseppe Testa*
G. Testa is a Branco Weiss Society-in-Science Fellow in the Department of Genomics, BIOTEC, Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany.
John Harris
G. Testa is a Branco Weiss Society-in-Science Fellow in the Department of Genomics, BIOTEC, Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany.

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