How Are Embryonic Stem Cells Harvested?

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The topic of embryonic stem cell research has been debated many times over the last few years, with arguments both for and against it. The main concern is how they are harvested - they are taken from an embryo anywhere from 4 days to several weeks after it has been fertilized, with the embryo being killed in the process.
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Embryonic stem cells are harvested from the inner cell mass of the embryo between 4 days and a few of weeks after conception. To get them, the embryo must be killed and the cells
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you collect them from the amilical cord.
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There are three main techniques used to harvest
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According to the National Institute of Health, embryonic stem cells are cells that are only found in the early stages of a human embryo, usually when the embryo is just a blastocyst
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