embryonic stem cell
Cells obtained from an embryo in the blastula phase, when they are still only a few days old. Because they have only begun to differentiate, these cells have the capability of developing into any cell in the human body, a fact which makes them potentially important in medicine. (See stem cell.)
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The 2012 Republican Platform still states definitively: “We oppose federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.”The Artificial Womb Will Change Feminism Forever|Samantha Allen|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Imagine a future secretary appointed by a president who objects to, say, embryonic stem-cell research.Obama Lets Politics Trump Science in Plan B Fight|Susan Wood|April 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Advanced Cell study should therefore be the first -embryonic-stem-cell trial to get results.
There are over 3,000 Americans who die every day from diseases that could be treated with embryonic stem-cell therapies.
The one-legged Vietnam vet is serving as chairman of the Senate committee overseeing the Embryonic Stem Cell Bill.Natalie Portman's Dad's Bizarre Novel|Marlow Stern|April 26, 2011|DAILY BEAST