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HESCHuman Embryonic Stem Cell
HESCHigher Education Services Corporation
HESCHoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (Pretoria, South Africa)
HESCHigher Education Study Committee (Maricopa County, AZ community college system)
HESCHealth, Safety, Environment and Community
HESCHornet Executive Steering Committee
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Third, some propose an intermediary approach to hESC research and believe that the human embryo deserves some measure of respect--just not the respect that is given to a fully-formed human.
And since pharmaceutical companies have little incentive to fund research on rare diseases, hESC research on such diseases may decrease.
Despite the restrictions on funding hESC research under Bush's executive order, stem cell research continued to move forward, and groundbreaking scientific breakthroughs emerged.
Unusually for a single area of scientific governance, HESC science has produced politicization right across the international, regional, and national policy domains.
In spite of the higher energy consumption caused by the HESC rotors, there is no significant temperature increase in comparison to the full-four-wing rotors.
With athletes wanting to get back quickly on track, hESC therapies are the preferred option as they are less invasive and focus on regeneration and healing of the tissues and ligaments rather than to cut and replace it.
The meeting attended by HESC chairman Niaz Muhammad Khalil, President Samiullah, General Secretary Hamayun Khalil
Despite this progress in hESC research, one important challenge of hESC-based cell therapy is the allogeneic immune rejection of hESC-derived cells by recipients [71].
The meeting attended by HESC chairman Niaz Mohammad Khalil, President Samiullah, General Secretary Hamayun Khalil and council members.
Furthermore, hESC can be easily differentiated into defined neurons, neural lineages, oligodendrocytes, and astrocytes.
* hESC deriva on provides a unique opportunity for early human development studies
LOS ANGELES, Calif., September 7, 2016 -- A team of doctors here recently became the first in California to inject an experimental treatment of human embryonic stem cells (hESC) into the damaged cervical spine of a paralyzed 21-year-old man as part of a multi-center clinical trial.