Stem cells: saving lives or crossing lines
Matthews, Kirstin R.W.; Lane, Neal
James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy of Rice University
Houston, Texas: James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy of Rice University, 2005 September: 16 p. [Online], Accessed: http://www.bakerinstitute.org/publications/study_31.pdf [2009 December 17]
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Matthews, Kirstin R W; Rowland, Maude L (2011-01)In this article, we compare two different approaches to establishing stem cell policy: a defined policy (the UK) and a changing policy (the US). The UK has a clear and precise policy, agreed upon and supported by lawmakers, ...
Hubner, Karin; Fuhrmann, Guy; Christenson, Lane K.; Kehler, James; Reinbold, Rolland; De La Fuente, Rabindranath; Wood, Jennifer; Strauss, Jerome F., III; Boiani, Michele; Scholer, Hans R. (2003-05-23)Continuation of mammalian species requires the formation and development of the sexually dimorphic germ cells. Cultured embryonic stem cells are generally considered pluripotent rather than totipotent because of the failure ...
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