Page 1 Share Cite Suggested Citation: The National Academies Press. It is currently the subject of much debate around the world, involving a variety of ethical, religious, societal, scientific, and medical issues. However, this report from the National Academies addresses only the scientific and medical aspects of human reproductive cloning.
How it is done; possible benefits Sponsored link. It is fundamentally different from human reproductive cloning; it produces stem cells, not babies. I am thinking in particular of attempts at human cloning with a view to obtaining organs for transplants: Three very different procedures have been referred to as "cloning.
Adult DNA cloning a. Then, the embryo would be implanted in a woman's womb and be allowed to develop in to a new human whose DNA is identical to that of the original individual. This method has been used to clone a sheep.
Adult DNA cloning cannot ethically be used to produce a human clone, because experiments on animals have sometimes produced defective specimens. Somatic cell nuclear transfer or research cloning: This starts with the same procedure as is used in adult DNA cloning.
The resultant embryo would be allowed to grow for perhaps 14 days. It's stem cells would then be extracted and encouraged to grow into a piece of human tissue or a complete human organ for transplant.
The end result would not be a human being; it would be a replacement organ, or piece of nerve tissue, or quantity of skin. Unfortunately, although adult DNA cloning and therapeutic cloning are quite different procedures leading to very different goals, both terms contain the word "cloning.
Many transfer their disgust at the concept of creating cloned babies to therapeutic cloning whose goal is to create an organ to heal people. Orrin Hatch R-UTa pro-life senator has suggested the term "somatic cell nuclear transfer" to replace therapeutic cloning.
I once had a Swedish ivy plant, and about a dozen empty flower pots. I cut off many leaves from the original plant, placed each of them in a pot filled with damp soil, and surrounded the pots with clear plastic.
In a few weeks, I had a dozen new plants. This shows that all of the material and information needed to create a Swedish ivy plant is contained in a single leaf. Actually, it is contained in a single cell of a single leaf. So too, all the information needed to create a new human being is contained in each cell of an existing human being.
DNA testing on an human often starts by scraping some cells from the inside of a person's mouth. Living cells can be scraped off of a person's skin. No matter how a cell is obtained, it contains the DNA of the person, and thus contains all of the information required to produce a duplicate or cloned person.
Each cell is, in fact, a form of human life for the simple reason that it contains human DNA.Genetic Science Learning Center.
Research in Cloning Summary Essay Sample. What is cloning? Cloning in biotechnology refers to processes used to create copies of DNA fragments (molecular cloning), cells (cell cloning), or organisms. MCAT Biochemistry review summary highlights key points followed by MCAT Biochemistry practice questions by Gold Standard. A comprehensive, coeducational Catholic High school Diocese of Wollongong - Albion Park Act Justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with your God Micah
(, August 7) attheheels.comcs. Retrieved November 14, , from attheheels.com Restrictions on State attheheels.coml states limit the use of state funds for cloning or stem cell research.
Missouri law forbids the use of state funds for reproductive cloning but not for cloning for research, and Maryland's statutes prohibit state-funded stem cell researchers from engaging in reproductive cloning.
In , following the publication in the journal Nature of a summary of their research leading to Dolly, Wilmut, Campbell, and the Roslin Institute instantly became known for having opened the door to a new era of controversial cloning research.
The cloning of Dolly generated speculation in the media and in the scientific community about the possibility of cloning humans. The primary NIH organization for research on Cloning is the National Human Genome Research Institute Disclaimers MedlinePlus links to health information from the National Institutes of Health and other federal government agencies.
Hwang Woo-suk (Korean: 황우석, born January 29, ) is a South Korean veterinarian and researcher. He was a professor of theriogenology and biotechnology at Seoul National University (dismissed on March 20, ) who became infamous for fabricating a series of experiments, which appeared in high-profile journals, in the field of stem cell research..
Until November , he was considered. Report from a conference on state regulation of cloning and stem cell research. Skip to main content. Toggle navigation Menu Toggle navigation Gateways. Search. and legal implications of human reproductive cloning and stem cell research.
This document gives a brief summary of the issues as they were raised by the four panels. Science and.