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Japanese scientists managed to use eggs created from stem cells, fertilize them, and produce mouse pups, according to an article published in Science.
The scientists, from Kyoto University, first produced healthy mouse pups in 2011 using stem cell-derived sperm. They have now achieved the same by using eggs which were created in the same way.
Scientists are describing the Kyoto team's feat as a "significant achievement" which will have a profound impact on reproductive cell biology and genetics research.
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