The University of Michigan announced today it has created five more stem cell lines…Three of U-M’s iPS stem cell lines were created with skin donated by people with bipolar disorder; the other two were created with cells from a tissue bank so they are genetically normal. The iPS stem cell lines will be used to study the progression of bipolar disorder, a neuropsychiatric disease, and neurological diseases.

http://www.detnews.com/article/20110725/LIFESTYLE03/107250384/1361/U-M-creates-new-stem-cell-lines-with-adult-cells-for-bipolar-disorder-research

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