Bill paves way for cloning research
(드래곤 8 카지노CNN) — A new study, published Tuesday in the peer-reviewed journal Scientific Reports, says the first human-produced and fully functioning synthetic chromosome — the one that’s expected to make it to market in the future — will likely emerge from human experiments on rats in the coming decade, after years of tests on human cells.
The work, which involved sequencing the entire genome of a female rat, indicated there is evidence from experiments in rats that chromosomes could function as functional human chromosomes, says study co-author Eric Zuckerman, a geneticist at MIT.
„바카라 사이트 쿠폰Now that we know there is evidence of this, it opens up the door to using these chromosomes in human clinical and clinical trials,“ said Zuckerman, who presented the work to researchers from the University of Toronto in Canada and UTA in the United States on Tuesday.
Zuckerman noted that the mice used in the study were genetically engineered to generate only certain kinds of chromosomes — the alpha male and alpha female — and that these were the ones that were engineered into the rat embryos implanted in them so that they would eventually become male or female.
In the rat study, a female rat was placed in a chamber in which there were three male and three female rat embryos. The male and female embryos were grown, and when all three were mature the females were released to do whatever they wanted, which included eating and mating.
After about a week the female rat had completed its ovulation cycle, where i마카오 카지노 이용 방법t developed into ovulating eggs that were fertilized with sperm from a male rat and had their own eggs, Zuckerman said. All three were implanted into the male rat’s uterus, and the female was left outside to do things like lay eggs.
Zuckerman’s study, published in „The Cell Cycle,“ the journal of the European Molecular Biology Organization, used the latest information collected about all of the rat and human chromosomes.
In their experiments, the scientists showed that at certain stages of the development, when the cells were about to divide and could reproduce, the female rat would produce a complete artificial chromosome — which was the chromosome that was in each of the mouse and rat embryos.