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California geneticists have managed to get working human brain cells in mice.
Geneticist Fred Gage injected embryonic human cells into two-week-old fetal mice as they developed in the womb. When the mice matured, some human stem cells survived and became functional components of the mice’s brains and nervous systems.
The question begs to be asked as to wether these mice now show a propensity to sit on the couch with a remote control and a bag of potato chips.