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Proposed experiments with animal-human embryos cleared the first regulatory hurdle Tuesday, reports said, as scientists seek permission for tests that could see human organs produced inside the growing body of an animal.
Researchers want to introduce a human stem cell into an animal embryo, to create a so-called "chimeric embryo", which they can implant into an animal's womb.
The hope is that this stem cell will grow into a fully-functioning human organ—a kidney or a liver, for example—as the animal matures.
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