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Special Feature: Stem cell cloning needs you

Deriving a stem cell line from a cloned human embryo still represents one of the most formidable scientific barriers in biology. Challenged with deep ethical questions, misled by high-profile research fraud, and obfuscated in the eyes of the public, it’s … Tęsti skaitymą

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Some Stem Cell Research Limits Lifted

Guidelines proposed by the National Institutes of Health to carry out an order made last month by President Obama would allow research with federal financing only on stem cells derived from surplus embryos at fertility clinics. The money would still … Tęsti skaitymą

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Korea to Join Stem Cell Race

South Korea has been reluctant to support local scientists for research into cloned human stem cells. However, with the new U.S. government deciding to lift the country’s restrictions on federal funding for new stem cell research, Korean regulators are feeling … Tęsti skaitymą

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Iran at forefront of stem cell research

Though the world’s attention has focused on Iran’s advancing nuclear program, Iranian scientists have moved to the forefront in embryonic stem cell research, according to a recent joint study by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Controversial in … Tęsti skaitymą

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When will stem cell therapy be a reality?

Scientists have welcomed President Barack Obama’s recent decision to allow research on human embryonic stem cells. But in this week’s Scrubbing Up health column Dr Elizabeth Hill, who advises investors on how to sell new technologies, says pharmaceutical and biotech … Tęsti skaitymą

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