• Kyodo


Hitachi Ltd. and Kyoto University’s iPS cell research institute will launch a project to compare induced pluripotent stem cells generated from patients with diseases and from healthy volunteers to help develop new drugs and learn more about disease mechanisms.

The project, expected to start later this month, will utilize iPS cells to replicate symptoms of illness and genetic mutation outside patients’ bodies, officials said Monday.

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