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ESComment Statement in Execution Stream (software fault)
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Embryonic stem cells (ESC) have the ability to self-renew and, being pluripotent, have the potential to create almost any cell type in the body.
"Previous methods have succeeded in producing human astrocytes from embryonic stem cells, but it has taken months.
Embryonic stem cells (ESCs) were first isolated from mouse embryos in 1981, and the word "embryonic stem cell" was first coined by Gail R.
They produced batches of these cells from both "human embryonic stem cells (hESC, which require the destruction of a young human being) and from human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSC, the stem cells created from normal skin cells, without using embryos)," Prentice wrote.
If cloned human cells could be made to grow into normal embryos, the technique could supply fresh stocks of embryonic stem cells.
In a statement, released on 9 October, the European Parliament's Platform for Secularism in Politics (EPPSP) notes that the discovery must not serve as a pretext for hindering research on embryonic stem cells.
A previous court opinion filed in 1999 concluded that the National Institutes of Health could legally use federal funds for embryonic stem cell research, according to the court opinion filed July 27 and posted on the NIH website.
19 August 2011 - US-based biotechnology company BioTime Inc (AMEX:BTX) announced today that four human embryonic stem (hES) cell lines: ESI-035, ESI-049, ESI-051 and ESI-053, developed by a BioTime subsidiary have been approved by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for inclusion in the NIH Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry.
Lamberth in response to a lawsuit involving two adult stem cell researchers who argued that the funding of embryonic stem cell research would cause them "irreparable injury" by increasing competition and therefore potentially taking funds away from their work.
The administration argued that Lamberth's ruling was excessively broad and would have a significant negative impact on embryonic stem cell research, pointing out that it could doom 24 projects that are up for renewed federal funding by the end of September and waste more than $64 million already invested, as well as ultimately cost more than 1,300 jobs.
The project, funded by the Wellcome Trust, has used more than a hundred spare IVF embryos from fertility clinics to establish several embryonic stem cell lines that replicate continuously in the laboratory.
Embryonic stem cells come from early-stage embryos that are just a few days old.