Much-maligned fruit fly gains respect...

Much-maligned fruit fly gains respect in the lab

There are 2 comments on the Monterey County Herald story from Apr 23, 2009, titled Much-maligned fruit fly gains respect in the lab. In it, Monterey County Herald reports that:

That annoying kitchen pest, the fruit fly, occupies an honored place in science and medicine, despite slurs from politicians such as Sen.

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Fay

Oakwood, GA

#1 Apr 23, 2009
I think Sarah Palin's ponit was that the fruit fly research was in PARIS, not the United States. Leave it to the liberal news media to distort and rewrite everything to their own biases.
sdfsdfsdf

Poland

#2 Feb 1, 2012
No matter how anyone wants to interpret it, this "second generation" technology embryonic stem cell would have the same genetic material and the same capabilities as the "first generation" technology embryonic stem cell. The cells are created by going backwards, introducing a handful of gene to reprogram the DNA of an adult cell, so that the cell reverts back to the state of a newly fertilized egg.

No matter how anyone wants to interpret it, this "second generation" technology embryonic stem cell would have the same genetic material and the same capabilities as the "first generation" technology embryonic stem cell. The cells are created by going backwards, introducing a handful of gene to reprogram the DNA of an adult cell, so that the cell reverts back to the state of a newly ferti
No matter how anyone wants to interpret it, this "second generation" technology embryonic stem cell would have the same genetic material and the same capabilities as the "first generation" technology embryonic stem cell. The cells are created by going backwards, introducing a handful of gene to reprogram the DNA of an adult cell, so that the cell reverts back to the state of a newly fertilized egg.
he "first generation" technology embryonic stem cell. The cells are created by going backwards, introducing a handful of gene to reprogram the DNA of an adult cell, so that the cell reverts back to the state of a newly fertilized egg.

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