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1. Stem Cell Topic: Stem Cells: What Are They?
Stem Cells : What Are They? Many types of stem Cells exist in the human body. All have the capacity to replicate, to self-renew; and they have the capacity to differentiate in order to produce specific body parts such as muscle Cells,
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2. Stem Cell Topic: Human Embryonic Stem Cells
and valuable source of cells. Second, ES cells appear genetically normal, both by a series of genetic tests and functionally as shown by the creation of mice with genomes derived entirely from ES cells. In mice these cells are developmentally
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3. Stem Cell Topic: Moral Issues Surrounding the Sources of Stem Cells
the Sources of Stem Cells At present, there are three possible sources of stem Cells: adult stem Cells derived from pediatric or adult donors; embryo germ cell stem Cells (EG Cells ) derived from aborted fetuses; and embryonic stem
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4. Stem Cell Topic: Human Adult Stem Cells
of the body require stem cells for normal turnover and repair. Stem cells that are found in developed tissue, regardless of the age of the organism at the time, are referred to as adult stem cells. The most well-known example of this are
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5. Stem Cell Topic: Findings and Recommendations
animal studies that stem cells can be made to differentiate into cells of choice, and that these cells will act properly in their transplanted environment. In human beings, transplants of hematopoietic stem cells (the cells which eventually
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6. Stem Cell Topic: The Moral Status of Human Stem Cells
status to it. Since most cells in the human body possess a unique diploid genome and are not regarded as morally protectable, the question of whether ES cells are morally equivalent to somatic cells or whether they are more like human
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7. Stem Cell Topic: Question: What is the Embryonic Status of Totipotent and Pl...
is it that pluripotent stem cells are one step down the embryonic staircase? Totipotent stem cells are capable of producing all tissue, including the trophoblast necessary for implantation. Totipotent stem cells have the potential of becoming
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8. General Term: Stem Cells
Stem Cells Stem Cells are essentially undifferentiated Cells. There are many kinds of stem Cells, some more differentiated than others. When they divide, their progeny mature and specialize into a specific type of cell (i.e.
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9. Stem Cell Topic: Human Embryonic Germ Cells
Human Embryonic Germ Cells Embryonic germ Cells are derived from primordial germline Cells in early fetal tissue during a narrow window of development. Unlike embryonic stem Cells , animal experiments on embryonic germ Cells have been
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10. Stem Cell Topic: Sources of Stem Cells and Guidelines for Use
Sources of Stem Cells and Guidelines for Use Securingstem Cells for research, whether from children, adults, aborted fetuses, or embryos, must be done under conditions of the most rigorous integrity for several reasons. These are to
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