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41. Biography: Jose Cibelli
with transgenic somatic cells in bovine for the production of animals and embryonic stem cell -like cells. His work was focused in the production of transgenic cattle. In January 1998, Dr. Cibelli's efforts lead to the announced the
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42. General Term: Blastocyst
embryo of 30-150 cells. Contains a layer of specialized cells is made up of trophoblasts, which attach to the uterine wall and form the placenta. Inside the trophoblast layer is the inner cell mass. These cells remain
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43. Stem Cell Topic: A New Window on Human Developmental Biology
limitations. Human ES cells may allow scientists to investigate how early human cells become committed to the major lineages of the body; how these lineages lay down the rudiments of the body’s tissues and organs ; and how cells
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44. Stem Cell Topic: Question: What's in the Petri Dish, Property or Person?
apply as well to hEG cells taken from an aborted fetus ? Even if pluripotent hES and hEG cells could be removed from the list of potential persons, would their respective sources in destroyed blastocysts and aborted fetuses render their
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45. Genetics Topic: The Bioethics of Interdependence: Shin Buddhist Attitudes on...
calves cloned from somatic cells have been born. 35 calves cloned from somatic cells are still alive. 461 cloned calves have been made by nuclear transplantation from embryos. 164 cloned calves from embryo are still
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46. Stem Cell Topic: Appendix I: Working Group Members
lead him to study ES cells as a potential model system. Together with colleagues at Washington University, he demonstrated that ES cells could be efficiently differentiated into neurons and glia. He is currently utilizing this system to
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47. Stem Cell Topic: Cancer
time, bone marrow stem cells , representing a more committed stem cell, are used to rescue patients following high dose chemotherapy. Unfortunately, these recovered cells are limited in their capacity to restore immune function completely in
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48. Stem Cell Topic: Type 1 Diabetes in Children
rejection. Pluripotent stem cells , instructed to differentiate into a particular pancreatic cell called a beta cell, could overcome the shortage of therapeutically effective material to transplant. They also afford the opportunity to
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49. Stem Cell Topic: Diseases of Bone and Cartilage
of Bone and Cartilage Stem cells , once appropriately differentiated, could correct many diseases and degenerative conditions in which bone or cartilage cells are deficient in numbers or defective in function. This holds promise for treatment of
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50. Stem Cell Topic: Transplantation
Pluripotent stem cells could be used to create an unlimited supply of cells, tissues, or even organs that could be used to restore function without the requirement for toxic immuno-suppression and without regard to tissue matching
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