Human cells grown in monkey embryos spark ethical debate

Monkey embryos containing human cells have been made in a laboratory, a study has confirmed. The research, by a US-Chinese team, has sparked fresh debate into the ethics of such experiments. The scientists injected human stem cells – cells that have the ability to develop into many different body tissues – into macaque embryos.


Šis įrašas paskelbtas Biomedicininių tyrimų etika, Kamieninių ląstelių tyrimai, Stem cell research kategorijose.

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