Embryonic stem-cell gametes: the new frontier in human reproduction
Human Reproduction 2006 April; 21(4): 857-863
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The other stem-cell debate: To test the potential curative powers of human embryonic stem cells, biologists want to inject them into lab animals. Creating such chimeras makes perfect sense, to a point: a sheep with a human liver? O.K. A mouse brain made up of human cells? Maybe. But a chimp that sobs? Shreeve, Jamie (2005-04-10)
Use of Human Gametes Obtained From Anonymous Donors for the Production of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Lines Lanzendorf, Susan E.; Boyd, Catherine A.; Wright, Diane L; Muasher, Suheil; Oehninger, Sergio; Hodgen, Gary D. (2001-07)
Brave new world: Stem-cell researchers make cloned embryos of a living human. Therapy, not reproduction is goal, but firm's step is highly controversial. Reaching the six-cell stage Regalado, Antonio; McGinley, Laurie; Carroll, Jill (2001-11-26)