Developmental aberrations of liver gene expression in bovine fetuses derived from somatic cell nuclear transplantation
Transgenic Xenopus embryos from sperm nuclear transplantations
reveal FGF signaling requirements during gastrulation.
That law authorizes "research involving the derivation and use of human embryonic stem cells, human embryonic germ cells, and human adult stem cells from any source, including somatic cell nuclear transplantation
For example, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), an abortion opponent, introduced legislation that would ban human cloning but "[u]nder prescribed guidelines, it would allow nuclear transplantation
on unfertilized embryonic human eggs up to 14 days old to grow stem cells.
It recommends that nuclear transplantation
remain available to scientists studying embryonic stem cells.
Gurden applied this technique of a nuclear transplantation
to transferring a cell from the intestine of a South African clawed frog to an egg cell of another individual of the same species.
It is possible to use a procedure called nuclear transplantation
to replace the DNA of an embryonic stem cell with DNA from one of the patient's own cells, eliminating the problem of immune rejection.
Jaenisch, "Human Cloning: The Science and Ethics of Nuclear Transplantation
," New England Journal of Medicine 351 (2004): 2787-91.
Requires that nuclear transplantation
occur in labs completely separate from labs that engage in in vitro fertilization.
Cloning of a human being" means asexual reproduction by implanting or attempting to implant the product of nuclear transplantation
In a process called nuclear transplantation
, which was also used to create Dolly (SN: 4/5/97 p.
of Advanced Cell Technology, will present the company's latest results using nuclear transplantation
to generate histocompatible tissues for transplantation, and Philippe Collas, Ph.
In at least eight states this year, scientists and biotechnology companies are promoting legislation to advance "research involving the derivation and use of human embryonic stem cells, human embryonic germ cells, and human adult stem cells from any source, including somatic cell nuclear transplantation