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Generation of Bimaternal and Bipaternal Mice from Hypomethylated Haploid ESCs with Imprinting Region Deletions
Highlights -Haploid ESCs display PGC-like methylation profiles following in vitro cultivation- Parthenogenetic and androgenetic haploid ESCs show different demethylation dynamics-phESCs carrying 3 deleted imprinted regions support normal growth of bimaternal mice -ahESCs carrying 7 deleted imprinted regions produce live full-term bipaternal mice
'Backdoor' eugenics: Are IVF and gene therapy an asset for humanity, or an ethical threat?
But some in the law and science communities are deeply concerned that eugenics is being resurrected. They fear modern technologies — including gene and stem cell therapy, in vitro fertilisation, and even prenatal screenings for genetic abnormalities — promote a type of 'new eugenics' or 'newgenics'. As a practitioner in these fields, Professor Rasko is acutely aware of the ethical and moral questions these technologies pose.
Mouse pups with same-sex parents born in China using stem cells and gene editing
Researchers were able to produce healthy mice with two mothers that went on to have normal offspring of their own. Mice from two dads were also born but only survived for a couple of days. The work looks at what makes it so challenging for animals of the same sex to produce offspring and suggests that some of these barriers can be overcome using stem cells and targeted gene editing.
Following the semen droplet displacement procedure, SPERMTRACK eliminates most disadvantages presented by less efficient products found in the market. SPERMTRACK design facilitates its use in the microscope and also during cleaning, manipulation and
ISAS-Lab ® allows seminal reviews in the ordinary circumstances of a laboratory for analysis, both for the determination of semen quality, as the monitoring of samples during processing in assisted reproductive techniques.
The system assesses vari
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