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Aug 3rd, 2004 9:24 AM #1
I thought this article was pretty interesting. It's not too specific, because scientists are still trying to isolate the stem cells that allow regeneration in amphibious vertibrates. An interesting read, none the less.
Aug 3rd, 2004 2:52 PM #2
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Its very ironic that often times I have a discussion personally with someone, I always seem to find the same subject sooner posted here on AO. That was an interesting read there lazserus. I know it sounds bizzare, but if only it were possible to some how adopt this same method of regeneration into human beings...that would be awsome. Though it would be very complexed to figure it out and to learn every aspect of it. I think there would be very unexpected consequences if it were to happen. Think about it, imagine this regeneration ability is some how acquired into an experimented person, what would happen? How would a body adapt to it? Just some thoughts.
Aug 3rd, 2004 11:22 PM #3
A lot of stem cell research is designed for finding the answer to regenerating tissue and possible lost limbs. I think we're a long way away from it, but I definitely see it as a possibility. However, you'll find yourself in a discussion just like our Clone thread.
Aug 6th, 2004 8:15 PM #4However, you'll find yourself in a discussion just like our Clone thread.Life is a Tragedy to those who feel,and a Comedy to those who think.The Coolest Link.
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