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eBook Stem Cell Research: Issues And Bibliography ePub

by Janet T. Ames

  • ISBN: 1594547084
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Janet T. Ames
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc; UK ed. edition (November 30, 2006)
  • Pages: 199
  • ePub book: 1336 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1604 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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This book presents the current confused situation along with a selective bibliography.

They argue that adult stem cells should be pursued instead of embryonic stem cells because they believe the derivation of stem cells from either embryos or aborted foetuses is ethically unacceptable. This book presents the current confused situation along with a selective bibliography.

The Stem Cell Divide: The Facts, the Fiction, and the Fear Driving the Greatest Scientific, Political, and Religious Debate of Our Time. New York: AMACOM, 2006.

New York: Springer, 2011. Humber, James . and Robert F. Almeder. The Stem Cell Divide: The Facts, the Fiction, and the Fear Driving the Greatest Scientific, Political, and Religious Debate of Our Time.

For example, scientists need to learn how to direct pluripotent ES cells to differentiate into the required cell or tissue type3. These scientific efforts are also complicated by ethical concerns about obtaining human ES cells from aborted fetuses or from the destruction of early human embryos

In this book, Bellomo talks about how stem cells, especially embryonic stem cells, can change our future in an extremely innovative way.

Berkeley technology law journal, 23(1), 219-246. news and world report. In this book, Bellomo talks about how stem cells, especially embryonic stem cells, can change our future in an extremely innovative way. Embryonic stem cells have been useful for science and medicine because they are able to differentiate into different types of. cells.

has been added to your Cart. Recommended reading for all who have their doubt. .Ethical Perspectives, Autumn 2009).

Journal of Economic Issues 43, no. 4 (December 2009): 831-42.

Use this option to import a large number of entries from a bibliography into this category. This book introduces readers to the many arguments and controversies concerning abortion

Use this option to import a large number of entries from a bibliography into this category. 1 - 50, 369. added 2019-12-03. This book introduces readers to the many arguments and controversies concerning abortion. While it argues for ethical and legal positions on the issues, it focuses on how to think about the issues, not just what to think about them. It is an ideal resource to improve your understanding of what people think, why they think that and whether their (and your) arguments are good or bad, and why.

In text citations should appear as First Author-Year and bibliography references as Author(s)Volume/Book chapter-Pagination

Special focus of SCR is on mechanisms of pluripotency and description of newly generated pluripotent stem cell lines. In text citations should appear as First Author-Year and bibliography references as Author(s)Volume/Book chapter-Pagination. Use of DOI is highly encouraged.

Embryonic stem cells have the ability to develop into virtually any cell in the body, and may have the potential to treat medical conditions such as diabetes and Parkinson's disease. In August 2001, President Bush announced that for the first time federal funds would be used to support research on human embryonic stem cells, but funding would be limited to 'existing stem cell lines'. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has established the Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry which lists stem cell lines that are eligible for use in federally funded research. Although 78 cell lines are listed, 21 embryonic stem cell lines are currently available. Scientists are concerned about the quality, longevity, and availability of the eligible stem cell lines. For a variety of reasons, many believe research advancement requires new embryonic stem cell lines, and for certain applications, stem cells derived from cloned embryos may offer the best hope for progress in understanding and treating disease. A significant cohort of pro-life advocates support stem cell research; those opposed are concerned that the isolation of stem cells requires the destruction of embryos. signed by 58 Senators, have been sent urging President Bush to expand the current federal policy concerning embryonic stem cell research. Some have argued that stem cell research be limited to adult stem cells obtained from tissues such as bone marrow. They argue that adult stem cells should be pursued instead of embryonic stem cells because they believe the derivation of stem cells from either embryos or aborted foetuses is ethically unacceptable. Other scientists believe adult stem cells should not be the sole target of research because of important scientific and technical limitations. Groups make ethical distinctions in the debate on how to proceed with stem cell research based upon embryo protection, relief of suffering, viability, the purpose and timing of embryo creation and destruction, donor consent, scientific alternatives, federal funding, and cloning. Other countries are moving fast with active research programs. This book presents the current confused situation along with a selective bibliography.