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any small compartment

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a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction

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small room in which a monk or nun lives

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As columnist Charles Krauthammer explained back in 2009 when Obama reversed the Bush policy, seven and a half-years before President Bush had delivered a national address on embryonic stem cells that was scrupulously fair, giving the best case for both proponents of their use and opponents.
Using the new method, researchers made embryonic stem cells from a donor egg and the nucleus of a young boy's skin cell.
The halt on funding for research using embryonic stem cells has implications on all types of stem cell research, said Alan Trounson, Ph.
My feeling is that the political controversy set the field back four or five years," said James Thomson, who led a team at the University of Wisconsin involved in Tuesday's breakthrough and who discovered human embryonic stem cells in 1998.
While they are fascinating subjects of study in their own right, they are not a substitute for human embryonic stem cells, which allow scientists to address a host of other interesting questions in early human development,' said [Harvard University scientist] Dr.
announced that it had coaxed embryonic stem cells into retinal cells, the company's medical director, Dr.
As long as embryos are destroyed as part of the research enterprise," says the National Bioethics Advisory Council, "researchers using embryonic stem cells (and those who fund them) will be complicit in the death of embryos.
Companies interested in developing human embryonic stem cell products have to navigate a risky product environment.
As columnist Charles Krauthammer explained back in 2009 when Obama reversed the Bush policy, seven and a half-years before President Bush delivered a national address on embryonic stem cells that was scrupulously fair, giving the best case for both proponents of their use and opponents.
Using amniotic fluid drawn from expectant mothers when they had amniocentesis, the researchers searched for cells with surface proteins that are typically present on embryonic stem cells.
Working quietly in Kyoto, removed from these debates, Japanese researchers recently cleared another hurdle to a viable embryonic stem cell therapy for Parkinson's.
Many scientists agree that embryonic stem cell research has the potential to reduce human suffering on a blockbuster scale, similar to the impact antibiotics and anesthesia have had on medicine.
I want to summarize briefly what we know as of now, what we might fear, some implications for people of faith, and some of the ethical issues are raised in proposed human embryonic stem cell research.
sponsored a Capitol Hill press conference featuring a group of bioethicists, religious activists, and physicians who oppose human embryonic stem cell research.
We believe this will be a very important piece of the technology puzzle as we utilize embryonic stem cell technologies for the production of transgenic animals.