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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Well, you have to give the Washington Post's editorial lauding the supposedly now-realized "potential" of embryonic stem cells, this much: they did spell the most prominent author's name correctly.
Creating embryonic stem cells by nuclear transfer in humans, he says, is "the next major technological advance since Dolly.
Scientists cited four main reasons for their problems accessing human embryonic stem cell lines: difficulty obtaining material transfer agreements, failure to acquire research approval from internal institutional oversight committees, cell line owners that were unwilling to share and federal policy considerations.
However, the recent injunction came about after the court decided that two researchers who work with adult stem cells could challenge the guidelines because funding of embryonic stem cell research was harming their chances for receiving federal funds for adult stem cells.
Very often embryonic stem cells develop into different cells to those required.
Everyone should be thrilled that scientists may have discovered a technique that will end the unproductive religious objections to embryonic stem cell research.
Proposition 71 backers, he says, ``hounded on us'' the notion that embryonic stem cell research was the medically most promising - even though adult stem cells have yield far better results.
Scientists at the centers also will work on specific pilot projects to advance fundamental knowledge of human embryonic stem cell properties and functions.
Osaka National Hospital was the only hospital supplying embryonic stem cells to regenerative medicine institutions in Japan.
At council meetings, I consistently sensed resistance to presenting human embryonic stem cell research in a way that would acknowledge the scientific, experimentally verified realities," Blackburn, one of two cell biologists on the commission, wrote in an article that appeared in The Washington Post.
Second, the federal government will not fund research that would establish any further undifferentiated embryonic stem cell lines, nor research into any other uses of human egg cells.