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  • humans
  • But if a virtually unlimited egg supply can be derived, that would permit mass cloning experiments, leading eventually to overcoming the complexities that have so far thwarted perfecting the technique in humans. (cbc-network.org)
  • Hanson, the Center for Food Safety spokesman, says that though studies have found nothing wrong with the cloned animal products, that doesn't mean they should be fed to humans. (foxnews.com)
  • It's time there was an outcry to prohibit manufacture and trafficking of any cloned humans. (cmda.org)
  • organs
  • Could we clone our organs to be used in a transplant? (howstuffworks.com)
  • Future stem cell development for growing replacement organs may not even require cloning. (howstuffworks.com)
  • In theory, we should be able to eventually grow new organs from stem cells. (howstuffworks.com)
  • The solution to this problem involves the rejuvenation biotechnologies with which most people are most familiar: cell therapy and tissue engineering, the science of growing organs for transplant in an artificial, biodegradable scaffold outside the body. (sens.org)
  • Two emerging repleniSENS technologies will make these problems a thing of the past -- not only for patients with the kinds of diseases that are treated with transplanted organs and tissues today, but for restoring the health and vigor of the body with age, and for treating or preventing many diseases and disabilities caused by age-related cell loss. (sens.org)
  • These technologies allow new cells and organs to be custom-made for the recipient from his or her own cells. (sens.org)
  • 2002
  • From 1998 to 2002, he was Director of Marketing of Human Cell Systems at BioWhittaker Corporation, a Cambrex Company (Walkersville, Maryland) where he expanded the company's research products portfolio into new fields, including stem cells, and created and implemented the strategy of moving human cell-based research products into the clinical markets. (lifeboat.com)
  • animal
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) president Ingrid Newkirk issued a statement saying she would "love to have talked her out of cloning," noting that "millions of wonderful adoptable dogs are languishing in animal shelters every year or dying in terrifying ways when abandoned. (citizen.co.za)
  • Coat patterns may differ, and the cloned animal will have no awareness of the life its predecessor lived. (citizen.co.za)
  • In whole animal cloning ( eg. (stackexchange.com)
  • Secondly, an egg cell from a donor animal is acquired. (flexpetz.com)
  • The nucleus of this animal becomes replaced by the nucleus of the pet that is being cloned. (flexpetz.com)
  • How does a single cell, a fertilized egg, develop first into an embryo and then how does that embryo develop into a newborn plant or animal? (hawkhill.com)
  • This sample Animal Cloning Research Paper is published for educational and informational purposes only. (essayempire.com)
  • Cloning is no longer only the subject of science fiction because animal cloning has already been realized, paving the way for the possibility of human cloning. (essayempire.com)
  • Part II reviews the development of animal cloning science and gives an overview of events pivotal to the development of animal cloning and its potential applications and purposes. (essayempire.com)
  • Part III considers the ethical concerns surrounding animal cloning. (essayempire.com)
  • Objections to animal cloning are reviewed and the merits of ant cloning arguments evaluated. (essayempire.com)
  • Some arguments that can be made against animal cloning can be easily refuted, while other arguments constitute serious objections to cloning that require public consideration and debate. (essayempire.com)
  • Cloning occurs naturally in the animal and plant kingdoms through a process called asexual reproduction. (essayempire.com)
  • The thing that many people do not realize is that the cloned cat is not the same as the original,' said Bonnie Beaver, a Texas A&M animal behaviorist who heads the American Veterinary Medical Association, which has no position on the issue. (foxnews.com)
  • Genetic Savings and Clone said its new cloning technique, developed by animal cloning pioneer James Robl has improved survival rates, health and appearance. (foxnews.com)
  • A laboratory in Hawaii run by Dr. Ryuzo Yanagimachi was the second group to successfully clone an animal from an adult cell. (dnalc.org)
  • The decision could have some short-run effects in animal cloning, Gregory Graff, an economist at Colorado State University, told Science Insider. (law.com)
  • published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.) demonstrates that although human-to-human clones (human clones) and human-to-animal clones (hybrids) appear similar, the pattern of reprogramming of the donor human cell is dramatically different. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Without appropriate reprogramming, these data call into question the potential use of animal egg sources to generate patient-specific stem cells. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Previous studies have confirmed the ability of animal eggs to support interspecies cell division to the embryo stage, and in a few closely-related bovid species, successful development to term. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Importantly, except for a study carried out in China (which to-date has proven irreproducible despite attempts by numerous groups in the last half-decade), there is no evidence that patient-specific stem cells can be generated using animal eggs. (bio-medicine.org)
  • This is consistent with studies that indicate that eggs support nuclear remodeling, but not reprogramming of discordant animal combinations. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Cumulina
  • His team instead adopted the approach pioneered by a team in Hawaii to produce Cumulina, the first cloned mouse ( Science , 24 July 1998, p. 495 ). (sciencemag.org)
  • Cumulina, and now Xena, were created by removing the donor nucleus in a very fine needle and injecting it into the enucleated egg. (sciencemag.org)
  • On October 3, 1997, the host mouse gave birth to Cumulina, named after the cumulus cells she was cloned from. (dnalc.org)
  • DNA fingerprinting confirmed that Cumulina had the same DNA as the nucleus donor. (dnalc.org)
  • animals
  • Cloning animals is hardly new. (citizen.co.za)
  • Companies that clone animals are "preying on grieving pet owners, giving them a false promise that they are going to replicate their beloved pet," she told AFP. (citizen.co.za)
  • Adult plants or animals produce special sex cells. (hawkhill.com)
  • Sometimes plants and animals can also reproduce by another method, cloning. (hawkhill.com)
  • Until now cloning has not been common in animals. (hawkhill.com)
  • But milk and meat from cloned animals is unlikely to hit grocery store shelves for a few years. (foxnews.com)
  • Muir says that the companies that do cloning have conducted chemical tests, which they submit to the FDA, that show that the proteins, fat and other components in the milk of cloned animals appear to be the same as in normal milk. (foxnews.com)
  • Muir, Roberts and Faber contend that the studies that have been done are more than adequate to assure the safety of products from cloned animals. (foxnews.com)
  • The different methods used to clone animals are also described. (essayempire.com)
  • Then there are the cloned animals themselves along with the failures, who rarely survive past six months, suffering with deformities and health problems such as respiratory distress, brain abnormalities, immune system failure, and heart failure. (viralnova.com)
  • For instance, the Food and Drug Administration is evaluating ways to use cloned animals in livestock, and the inability to patent these products could influence that industry. (law.com)
  • Dr. Robert Lanza of Advanced Cell Technology of Worcester, Mass., one of the participants in the study, said it was the first to study the health of cloned animals well into adulthood, and was the best evidence yet showing that cloned animals can produce healthy and functional cells. (semissourian.com)
  • Commercially, cloning could be used to breed animals that are free from disease, Lanza said. (semissourian.com)
  • possibility
  • In species such as bucardo, cloning is the only possibility to avoid its complete disappearance. (pearltrees.com)
  • Producing human eggs from stem cells would also open up the possibility of replenishing the ovaries of older women so that they do not suffer the age-related health problems associated with the menopause, from osteoporosis to heart disease. (cbc-network.org)
  • But the possibility of human cloning being done in the United States disturbs some state and federal legislators, who said the news highlights the need for anti-cloning legislation. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • The donation of eggs carries a small risk and ethical rules forbid junior members of teams doing so, to avoid the possibility of coercion. (newscientist.com)
  • monkey
  • Several research teams around the world, meanwhile, are racing to create the first cloned monkey. (foxnews.com)
  • human egg
  • The first human egg cells that have been grown entirely in the laboratory from stem cells could be fertilised later this year in a development that will revolutionise fertility treatment and might even lead to a reversal of the menopause in older women. (cbc-network.org)
  • research
  • The other main source for cloned pets is the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation in Seoul, South Korea, which says it has cloned some 800 pets and charges $100,000 each. (citizen.co.za)
  • Meanwhile, some regulations forbid compensation for donating eggs for stem cell and cloning research, so there's no financial payoff, and no immediate emotional payoff. (wired.com)
  • He was visibly dishonored and barred from his school for concocting research on human embryo cloning and he still faces criminal charges for it. (flexpetz.com)
  • Women who donate some of their eggs to stem cell research will receive half-price discounted IVF treatment - a 1,500 stipend reducing the costs of one cycle of IVF treatment from 3,000 - at the Newcastle Fertility Centre. (ivf.net)
  • I agree that the left over eggs from IVF would be of more use if they were kept rather than destroyed, if they can be of help to research then what harm is there. (ivf.net)
  • He was also charged with using part of the funds to buy human eggs for his research in violation of the country's bioethics law. (nytimes.com)
  • Coaxing a human stem cell to become a liver, for instance, will require further research. (howstuffworks.com)
  • Aside from bioethical issues, there's a lack of available human eggs for research. (howstuffworks.com)
  • Part I of this research paper describes the terms "cloning" and "clone" and distinguishes different types of cloning. (essayempire.com)
  • There are three different types of artificial cloning - each with a different focus or purpose (National Human Genome Research Institute 2014). (essayempire.com)
  • The research, described in Thursday's online edition of the journal Cell Stem Cell , is a controversial advance likely to reopen the debate over the ethics of human cloning. (cmda.org)
  • Paul Knoepfler, an associate professor at the University of California at Davis who studies stem cells, called the new research "exciting, important and technically convincing. (cmda.org)
  • Both research papers are published online in the journal Cloning and Stem Cells. (lifeboat.com)
  • NIH Draft Guidelines on Stem Cell Research: A Work in Progress? (thehastingscenter.org)
  • But when the NIH published its draft guidelines on stem-cell research last month, it emerged that the constraints weren't quite as loose as many Obama supporters had hoped they might be. (thehastingscenter.org)
  • Problems include failure to inform donors about the nature of stem cell research. (thehastingscenter.org)
  • replicate
  • Pet cloning doesn't replicate a pet's personality," she said, adding there is "no justification" for the practice. (citizen.co.za)
  • Forgiving the troll, I'll say that a) we assume we can clone DNA, so that by cloning DNA we can replicate exactly the same system as many times as we want, like in a production line. (metafilter.com)