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Scientists to make 'Stuart Little' mouse with the brain of a human
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of Telegraph (one of the UK's leading papers)

Telegraph (one of the UK's leading papers), March 6, 2005
Posted: November 11th, 2006

In one of the most controversial scientific projects ever conceived, a group of university researchers in California's Silicon Valley is preparing to create a mouse whose brain will be composed entirely of human cells. Researchers at Stanford University have already succeeded in breeding mice with brains that are one per cent human cells. In the next stage they plan to use stem cells from aborted foetuses to create an animal whose brain cells are 100 per cent human.

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