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Why Stem Cell Guidelines Needed an Update: New Criteria Aim to Reassure the Public to Permit Progress in Contentious Research by Lovell-Badge (Nature)ISSCR Guidelines for Stem Cell Research and Clinical Translation: The 2021 Update, Lovell-Badge et al., ISSCR Guidelines Taskforce (Stem Cell Reports)
Human Embryo Research, Stem Cell-derived Embryo Models and In Vitro Gametogenesis: Considerations Leading to the Revised ISSCR Guidelines, Clark et al. (Stem Cell Reports)
ISSCR Guidelines for the Transfer of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells and Their Direct Derivatives into Animal Hosts Hyun et al. (Stem Cell Reports)
ISSCR Guidelines for Stem Cell Research and Clinical Translation: Supporting the Development of Safe and Efficacious Stem Cell-Based Interventions, Turner (Stem Cell Reports)
New Guidelines for Stem Cell and Embryo Research from the ISSCR, by Anthony et al. (Cell Stem Cell)
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