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Organ cloning - possible to make a non-antigenic organ?
From a J. Neil Schulman article on Organ Cloning: Cannibalizing organs from other people also entails the risk of rejection because of incompatibilities, not only for tissue-typing but also ...
Apr 5 '12 at 13:13
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