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ANTAAN (Army After Next) Net Technology
ANTAntigua (ETR)
ANTNetherlands Antilles (ISO Country code)
ANTAntagonist (video game website)
ANTApplied New Technologies (Germany)
ANTActor-Network Theory
ANTAcid Neutralization Tank
ANTAntrim (county of Ulster)
ANTAdvanced Nuclear Technology (various locations)
ANTAdvanced Network Technology (various locations)
ANTAction News Team
ANTAdvanced New Technology
ANTAdvanced Network Technology
ANTAdvanced Network Tools
ANTActor Network Theory
ANTAnime No Tomodachi
ANTAdenine Nucleotide Translocator
ANTAltered Nuclear Transfer
ANTAids to Navigation Team
ANTAnother Neat Tool
ANTAssociazione Nazionale Tumori (Italy: National Cancer Association)
ANTAssociation of Nail Technicians (UK)
ANTAme No Tsuki (French animated series)
ANTAutomatic Negative Thought
ANTADSL Network Termination
ANTAutoritatea Nationala pentru Turism (Romania)
ANTAutoNetworks Technologies, Ltd. (Japan)
ANTAirspace and Navigation Team
ANTBlue Antimora
ANTAccess Network Transport
ANTAlgorithmic Noise-Tolerance
ANTAssistencia Nacional aos Tuberculosos (Portuguese Anti-Tuberculosis Group)
ANTAutonomous Negotiating Team
ANTAdvanced Navigation Trainer
ANTActive Name Table
ANTAbstract of New Technology
ANTAnalogue Network Terminator (ISDN)
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Altered Nuclear Transfer as an Alternative Way to Human Embryonic Stem cells: Biological and Moral Notes.
Similarly, he said, some conservative moralists over the last 21 years have argued in favor of measures such as embryo adoption and altered nuclear transfer, and "may be as perplexed as some people were in 1987.
This study was an early experimental realization of a concept called altered nuclear transfer (ANT), an idea that the President's Council discussed in December 2004 at the urging of Council-member William Hurlbut.
Whereas proposals like altered nuclear transfer and live embryo biopsy are merely theoretical possibilities for primates, several of the world's top stem cell scientists are now using SCNT to attempt to produce patient-specific, pluripotent stem cells for research and possible clinical applications.
Altered nuclear transfer offers a possible resolution to our current impasse over the procurement of pluripotent stem cells.
Somatic cell nuclear transfer has proven difficult enough; altered nuclear transfer, which inserts a defective nucleus into the egg cell, seems likely to be still harder.