Stem cell research has the potential to one day treat female infertility or repair damaged nerves and thus help paraplegias. This was agreed by more than one hundred researchers discussing the latest trends in stem cell research at a workshop in Kobe, staged as part of the Germany Year in Japan. The workshop was jointly organized by the Ernst Schering Research Foundation (Berlin, Germany), the Max Planck Society (Munich, Germany) and the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology (Kobe, Japan).
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