embryonic

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of an organism prior to birth or hatching

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in an early stage of development

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org/) reported today that Stanford University School of Medicine's recent discovery there may be limitations to the effectiveness of human therapies derived from embryonic stem cells (ESC) because the cells injected in mice stimulated the kind of immune rejection seen with transplanted organs clearly delivers a blow to proponents of embryonic stem cell research who continue to ballyhoo the promise of ESC when in effect, as the Stanford study showed, the transplanted stem cells were dead within about seven to 10 days.
represents a quantum leap forward in embryonics, the mapping and characterization of the cells of early human development.
Repair stem cells are unlike embryonics, which are proliferating stem cells, so they cannot be moved off that goal of rapid expansion no matter how brilliant the research team.
Industry leaders and decision makers from multiple perspectives of the genomics debate will attend World Genomics to provide thoughtful insight into stem cell research, proteomics, pharmaco-genomics, embryonics and other facets of genomics.