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    The Underlying biology of Chimera Stem Cells: 1. The blastocyst helps make the different parts of the embryo inner cell mass, which in turn helps to make the embryo proper 2. The trophectoderm and primitive endoderm make extra embryonic structures that support the growth of the embryo 3. Two to eight cell stage embryos are used for making chimeras, since they aren’t committed to helping a particular cell lineage and could possible make the inner cell mass or trophectoderm 4. If two diploid eight…

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    Regenerative Medicine is a new cutting edge technology in the health care world. Considering this, it has deemed a game changer in the everyday lives of many. The people who are suffering from conditions that can be beyond repair would benefit from this type of regenerative medicine. Stem Cell specific Regenerative Medicine has been drawing great attention, due to the positive outcomes of the use of stem cells in repairing bone, tissues, organs and much more. The goal is to point out and…

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    action Skin is a multilayered organ with the ability to protect the organ¬ism against external aggressions. The skin consists of three main layers including epidermis, dermis and subcutis that are responsible for its high turnover capacity in repairing different injuries. Similar to other tissues, the stem cells existed in skin tissue play an important role in regulating the balance between cell loss and cell division [22, 23]. siRNA therapeutics are potent alternative for skin regeneration due…

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    done using human tissues grown from stem cells contained in the intestine and the results were the same--a fully functional small intestine. The small intestine also had the ability to absorb sugars, and even tiny or ultra-structural components like cellular connections. What this means is that the intestine could replace intestinal transplantation, and offer a therapeutic alternative and could potentially solve its largest challenges -- donor shortage and the need for lifelong…

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    Although scientific research has come a long way since the beginning of time, it has not done so without some kind of controversy. From Biopsychiatry to the Tuskegee Experiments, it seems as though there cannot be any scientific breakthrough without some kind of ethical issue. Stem cells are another example of a controversial treatment that is taking the medical field by storm. Although it is very controversial, it’s results are truly amazing and beneficial to anyone who is willing to give it a…

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    cells can also help males and females with fertility issues. Understanding these cells during development can help scientists understand abnormal cell development that leads to many harmful and life threatening problems (NIH). Cell Differentiation. N.d. Intech. Web. 4 Apr. 2015. http://www.intechopen.com/books/stem-cells-in-clinic-and-research/stem-cell-therapy-for-neuromuscular-diseases. In conclusion, embryonic stem cells are undifferentiated cells that come from human…

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    Scientists first discovered stem cells in the early 1900s. During this discovery, the scientists discovered that some cells had the capability to turn into blood cells, a completely different type of cell. These specific types of cells were classified as stem cells. Stem cells are known as undifferentiated cells, which means they do not have a specific function yet. Stem cells, since undifferentiated, are capable of becoming a specific type of cell such as a blood cell or a muscle cell. Unlike…

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    Ethical Responsibilities of Embryonic Stem Cell Research In the two-thousand nine movie, My Sister’s Keeper by Jeremy Leven, a family is struck with tragedy when their daughter, Kate, is diagnosed with Leukemia and not expected to live past the age of five years old. The doctor covertly introduces the topic of in vitro fertilization to assure a perfect match to the little girl. The procedure was successfully performed, and the parents have a little girl who they named Anna. Anna has given…

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    Embryonic STEM Cell Research: Man vs. God 21st century Hawaiians come from a long lineage of powerful and mighty warriors. Their ancestors had to survive several trials and obstacles of war and disease in order to continue on their legacy. Despite the fact, the Hawaiian race has weakened, now becoming the world’s leading population for heart disease. Thanks to revolutionary scientific discoveries, scientists are now able to produce working, artificial organs and tissues using STEM cells,…

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    Biological ideas - Describing and explaining the biological ideas related to the question or purpose by making multiple links between relevant biological ideas. What are stem cells? Stem cells are an undifferentiated cell that are from the same family. Stem cells take the place of cells that have died or are lost. Stem cells have the ability to renew and repair the body 's tissue, unlike mature cells that a permanently going to stay the same, stem cells are not only able to renew themselves,…

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