Embryos and pseudoembryos: parthenotes, reprogrammed oocytes and headless clones
Journal of Medical Ethics 2007 September; 33(9): 554-556
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An Obscure Rider Obstructing Science: The Conflation of Parthenotes With Embryos in the Dickey-Wicker Amendment Rodriguez, Sarah; Campo-Engelstein, Lisa; Tingen, Candace; Woodruff, Teresa (2011-03)In 1996 Congress passed the Dickey-Wicker Amendment (DWA) as part of an appropriations bill; it has been renewed every year since. The DWA bans federal funding for research using embryos and parthenotes. In this paper, we ...