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31. Stem Cell Topic: Preface
the discovery of human stem cells (precursor cells that can give rise to multiple tissue types), including embryonic stem (ES) cells, embryonic germ (EG) cells, and adult stem cells. Recently, techniques have been developed for the in vitro
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32. Stem Cell Topic: The Enormous Potential Value of Stem Cell Research
in a laboratory from stem cells would be of enormous value for cardiomyocytes to renew heart muscle to prevent congestive heart failure; replacement of hematopoietic stem cells for producing healthy blood in bone marrow to resist infection
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33. Evolution Topic: Natural Selection as a Creative Process
4 x 10 -8 = 4 x 10 -16 ) cells. An event of such low probability is unlikely to occur even in a large laboratory culture of bacterial cells. With natural selection, cells having both properties are the common result. As illustrated by the
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34. Stem Cell Topic: Ethics Influencing Science?
Is it because totipotent cells have a genetic potential lacking in pluripotent cells? No. What distinguishes them is that totipotent cells have access to a placenta making them available for implantation; whereas pluripotent stem cells lack
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35. Stem Cell Topic: Question: is There a Potential Baby in Every Body Cell?
as the source. Somatic cells might become the source for pluripotent cells. Then we would experience a shift in ethical ground tantamount to an earthquake. Initially and naively, we could breathe a sigh of relief. If
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36. Genetics Topic: Ronald Cole-Turner
research using stem cells derived from human embryos. We want to ask about the limits of this research. In particular I want you to join me in thinking about six questions: Why, first of all, should there
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37. Stem Cell Topic: Question: Will Stem Cell Research Encourage an Increase in ...
fetuses as a source for hEG cells, it would pass a strict Roman Catholic moral test if it meets one condition. If the fetuses are the result of spontaneous or natural abortion, then harvesting hEG cells would be licit. If they are the result of
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38. General Term: Cell Lines
for use in research. Cells in the same line are typically clones. The length of time cells will survive in culture varies. Some cell lines are immortalized; that is, they can be maintained essentially indefinitely, for one of a variety of
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39. Stem Cell Topic: The Clinical Potentials for Stem Cell Products
of different kinds of stem cells will become better understood. As the science is understood now, adult stem cells are limited in their potential to differentiate. Embryonic germ cells have a great differentiation capacity, and embryonic stem
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40. Stem Cell Topic: The Stem Cell Debate: Ethical Questions
not the public will add stem cells to the fuel to make those fires burn hotter remains to be seen. Stem cells have become front page news in Australia, as well as in the United States and other countries. On February 4, 1999, the Australian
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