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There were no ethical bars to the use of gene therapy to treat disease, he argued, so long as the genes were transplanted only into specific somatic cells, the body cells, but not into the person's germ cells.
Therefore, the NCIMS Goat Milk Committee voted in 1991 to allow the maximum somatic cell count to remain at 1 million cells per ml, thus allowing for natural seasonal variation.
The SomaScope Smart somatic cell counter is ideal for use by dairy processors, payment laboratories, veterinary laboratories, and dairy herd improvement (DHI) laboratories, providing analysis for somatic cells in cow, sheep, goat, buffalo, and camel milk.
These results suggest that the reversibly permeabilization system with digitonin can be used for the reactivation of pluripotent genes in somatic cell after co-culture with cellular or oocyte extracts.
Yamanaka's published statements labeling his artificially transgenic cell study as "induction of somatic cells into stem cells", which was the patented technology of Dr.
The first of these uncharted territories is the ethics of somatic cell donation.
These patents and patent applications represent some of the earliest filings on advanced cellular reprogramming technologies that do not utilize egg cells in the traditional sense of somatic cell nuclear transfer," remarked William Caldwell, Chief Executive Officer of ACT.
Louis, said her institution opposes any legislation that would stand in the way of biomedical research that includes somatic cell nuclear transfer.
I just saw that somatic cell nuclear transfer could have ethical implications that were different.
The group used mouse-human somatic cell hybrids to screen a panel of mouse cell lines each containing a single human chromosome.
The practical effect of somatic cell nuclear transfer is the embryonic development of a second organism containing the genetic code of the first organism.
The state of California on September 22 approved legislation that would make it legal to derive embryonic stem cells from human embryos and to conduct research using stem cells from "any source," thereby opening the door for institutions to conduct somatic cell nuclear transfer (also referred to as research cloning).