Bioethicists Concerned over Japan’s Chimera Embryo Regulations | The Scientist Magazine®

Japanese regulators have effectively given the green light to research involving human-animal chimera embryos, which are created by implanting human pluripotent stem cells into animals in early development. The revised guidelines, issued in early March, lift a previous requirement to terminate such embryos after 14 days.

Source: Bioethicists Concerned over Japan’s Chimera Embryo Regulations | The Scientist Magazine®

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