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    research, but then it became more than what they expected it to be. They then begin to explain how the stem cells are accessed. The researchers start with puncturing the walls of early stage embryos to get to the inner cell mass. Once there, they extract these embryos. Following the extraction of the embryos they can then take the stem cells and culture them. These stem cells can be controlled /regulated to help affect different areas. Although, these stem cells need the right conditions to…

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    material is taken from. They use different techniques for mammal cloning. The techniques used foe mammal cloning are embryo splitting and somatic cell nuclear transfer. Embryo splitting is used in sheep for effective traits such as milk productivity, meat and wool. Embryo splitting is a successful in farm animals for producing genetically the same embryo and animal. It’s possible that embryo splitting increases livestock numbers quickly and reliable traits. During pregnancies…

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    ovulation, regardless of the time, the women would then need to undergo a surgical procedure exactly twenty six hours later to have her eggs collected. Once the embryos were transferred back into the women’s uterus, she would then be required to crouch forward with her bottom in the air as it was believed gravity played an important role in embryo implanting. Following the first successful birth of an IVF baby, the demand for this treatment became popular. With the success rates being only…

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    Human stem cells are put into animal embryos.(Fikes). These are called chimeras. A chimera is a single organism composed of cells of different zygotes. This can result in male or female ergano. “One route that Izpis uses is to put the region-specific pulpotomy stem cells into an animal embryos very early in that embryos development process. This strategy carries the risk of pluripotent cells migrating elsewhere..” (Fikes). Another…

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    The embryos they are taken from are considered to not have life. According to supporters, there is a lack of “physical and psychological properties human beings have because they have not yet been implanted in the uterus.” (Garage para.9) The stem cells come…

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    (Embryonic). Embryonic stem cells are cells that are obtained from the embryo. While some embryos are grown and only a few days old, others are taken from aborted babies. There are numerous ethical drawbacks to ESCR,…

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    forms the building blocks of a human being. Researchers are attempting to use these blueprints to make perfect children with the screening of embryos before they are implanted into the mother’s uterus; a procedure called Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis. This screening shows the presence of any genetic defect, including traits not related to the embryos health. Today screenings are being used to identify genetic defects that prevent women from having healthy children, however lately…

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    nuclear transfer (SCNT). Less than a decade later, a great breakthrough occurred when James Thomson with a group of scientists found the exact mixture and the right technique to withdraw stem cells from an embryo while keeping them viable. “By using the SNCT procedure to produce human embryos genetically matched to patients and using the techniques developed by Thomson to grow human embryonic stem cells, scientists hope one day to be able to replace or regenerate failing human cells and tissues…

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    parents the assurance that their children will not have any genetic disorders since only the embryos that are genetically normal are placed into the mother’s uterus. Eugenics can also be used by parents to select the gender of their offspring to avoid sex-linked disorders. Eugenics can also benefit families who have a sick child who requires a stem cell transplant. They can utilize eugenics to match an embryo to the sick child’s tissues and after that child is born, they can use the stem cells…

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    for couples who are unable to conceive. There are 2 ways in which this is possible. The first is a transfer of an adult nucleus into ovum. This results in an identical person yet; the mitochondrial DNA differs. The second method is by splitting the embryo, similar to the natural process that occurs in twins. This process also results in an identical person which is the main controversy surrounding this technique on many accounts. It may be argued that the human that is born is deprived of its…

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