Healthy mice born from first lab-grown eggs spark calls for debate on future use.

The birth of baby mice made from artificial eggs has prompted calls for a public debate on whether the same approach should ever be offered by fertility clinics. Nearly a dozen rodents were born after scientists created the early-stage mouse eggs from stem cells and nurtured them in the lab until they were mature enough to fertilise with mouse sperm. The team went on to make hundreds of embryos from the lab-grown eggs and implanted them into female mice, leading some to give birth to apparently healthy mouse pups.

read the full article.. www.theguardian.com/science/2016/oct/17/healthy-mice-born-from-lab-grown-eggs-spark-calls-for-debate-on-future-use


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