By National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Institute of Medicine, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Board on Life Sciences, Committee on Guidelines for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research

(National examine Council and Institute of drugs) provides the Committee on instructions for Human Embryonic Stem telephone Research's findings and proposals. the information are meant to augment the integrity of privately funded learn and covers the moral issues surrounding hES mobilephone study and what scientists can do to handle them. Softcover.

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Current and possible future sources of such oocytes include excess oocytes and unfertilized oocytes from IVF procedures, oocytes matured from ovariectomies or fetal ovaries from pregnancy terminations, oocyte donation, derivation of oocytes from nonreproductive material, and use of nonhuman oocytes. • Excess oocytes and unfertilized eggs from IVF procedures. During IVF, hormonal induction is used to generate oocytes for fertilization in vitro. Often, more oocytes are generated than are needed for reproductive purposes, and some oocytes may be available for research donation.

The date of August 9, 2001, was set as the cutoff point to distance the federal government from any privately funded future use of embryos for hES cell research. Not all the original hES cell lines thought to be available for federally funded research have been viable, nor do they exhibit sufficient genetic diversity for all research endeavors and possible future clinical use. Furthermore, the roughly 22 lines now available were grown on mouse-feeder cell layers. That does not necessarily render them inadequate for research pursuing human applications, but it does raise concerns about contamination.

Furthermore, the roughly 22 lines now available were grown on mouse-feeder cell layers. That does not necessarily render them inadequate for research pursuing human applications, but it does raise concerns about contamination. The presence of animal feeder cells increases the risk of transfer of animal viruses and other infectious agents to humans that receive the hES cells and in turn to many others. There is also the risk that hES cells grown with nonhuman animal products will have incorporated antigenic glycolipids into their cell surface.

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