Sunday 23 July 2005 - 6am PSTThe Exchange Diary on Tuesday analyzed the job of a Chicago scientist who states he has actually developed a technique that allows him to create human stem cells that have the potential of embryonic stem cells without using human embryos. Yury Verlinsky of the Reproductive Genetics Principle and coworker Nik Strelchenko have actually devised a method to make chemical signals inside cells "reprogram" another cell and make it behave like a stem cell.
The strategy entails turning stem cells in a centrifuge to remove their cores and DNA then incorporating "hollowed-out" cells with common adult cells, such as skin cells. The study remains in its very early phases and has yet to be posted in a scientific Diary. At the request of Us senate Bulk Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.), Verlinsky on Tuesday took a trip to Washington, to brief Republican staffers at the Capitol on the strategy. Congressional Republicans just recently introduced legislation (Human Resources 3144) that would promote brand-new, unproven techniques that may allow researchers to recover embryonic stem cells without developing or destroying embryos (Regalado, Exchange Diary, 7/20). Frist is marketing the legislation which would authorize government funding to be used for pet research studies that may eventually allow researchers to create human embryonic stem cells without using human embryos as a compromise procedure between the Bush administration's current plan limiting government funding for human embryonic stem cell study and the Stem Cell study Enhancement Act of 2005 (Human Resources 810/S 471).
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Human Resources 810, which would expand government funding for embryonic stem cell study and allow study making use of stem cells obtained from embryos initially made for fertility therapies and willingly donatedbeen approvedbut Bush has actually intimidated to ban it (Kaiser Daily Reproductive Health and wellness Report, 7/13).
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