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Studies on embryonic development greatly benefit from the culture system of embryonic stem cells and, more recently, induced pluripotent stem cells.
Key words: Broiler breeder strain early mid and late embryonic mortality production phases.
Now besides not even acknowledging that there were sources other than embryonic stem cells, the clear implication of the editorial is the results from stem cells from human embryos were superior.
If cloned human cells could be made to grow into normal embryos, the technique could supply fresh stocks of embryonic stem cells.
Of those, 205 respondents reported using human embryonic stem cells in their research, and their responses were used in this study.
Lamberth said that embryonic stem cell research was illegal under the Dickey-Wicker Amendment.
The company said that these progenitor cell lines were produced from embryonic stem cells utilising its ACTCellerate technology.
Very often embryonic stem cells develop into different cells to those required.
Our reprogrammed human skin cells were virtually indistinguishable from human embryonic stem cells," said study lead author Plath in a prepared statement.
Even more ominously, the minority who condemn embryonic stem cell research for religious reasons, which includes President Bush, already are using the most recent discovery to support a permanent ban on federal funding for all research on stem cells derived from human embryos.
Embryonic stem-cell research played a role in the 2006 mid-term elections.
Sadly, in his farewell speech to the Labour Party Conference, Tony Blair supported destructive stem cell research upon embryonic human beings.