Introduction: Stem Cells
Stem cells are unspecialized cells that serve as the source, or "stem," for specialized cells like heart, brain, or blood cells. Found in days-old embryos and a few adult organs, stem cells have two unique properties: they can change into other types of cells, and theoretically, they can divide without limit. The images and movies below were taken at the Microscope Imaging Station.

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