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Cloning presentation final version
Transcript of Cloning presentation final version
Research purposes Cloning pets Money-making schemes
Extremely high failure rate reproduction "Cloned" smoked meat "Regular" one Research 1. Cloning endangered animals
2. Cloning animal models for diseases
3. Cloning animals for drug production Cloning Endangered Animals Animal Models for Diseases Drug Production FDA (2006) Animal Welfare Beyond that... Other issues Concerns for animal welfare 1. Invasiveness for procedures -- sacrifice
2. Large number of animals required
3. Unanticipated welfare concerns -- unpredictable outcomes and failures Beyond Animal Welfare 1. Value -- concept of "telos" -- "Essence and purpose of a creature"
2. Imbalance in human-animal relationship -- cause imbalance distribution of power between human and animals More issues Morale -- some people find it inhumane -- might demolish their morale standing More issues Property -- the genetic engineering method might be considered an intellectual property Other issues Veterinarians – genetically modified animals might need a different and more specific health care and management So... what would you choose? Alyssa A. Hertal, Mengyao Wang
Wendy Pan , Zharfan Zainnudin What’s cloning? Cloning is the creation of organism that is an exact genetic copy of another. the first cloned mammal
borned in 1996
breakthrough of the year Dolly's birth Category of cloning: reproductive cloning
therapeutic cloning cloning controversies: ethics issues expense of cloning Difference with therapeutic cloning Collected and used for stem cell lines Cure potential diseases
Brain diseases Benefits Tissues/Cells for therapy and organ donation
Drug development and testing
Study development of diseases Lorenz Studer, 2003 Therapeutic cloning works with mice Dolly Conclusion object reproductive usage for personal usage
support Therapeutic usage
the benefits outweigh the concern of ethical issues references American Anti-vivisection Society,The U.S. Humane Society. (2008).Buyers Beware: Pet Cloning is Not for Pet Lovers.Retrieved from: http://www.nopetcloning.org/images/buyersbeware.pdf
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration.(2008). Animal cloning and food safety.Retrieved from:http://www.fda.gov/downloads/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/UCM203337.pdf
Hurlbut, William B. (2011). The boundaries of Humanity: The Ethics of Human – Animal Chimeras in Cloning and Stem Cell Research. A. Suaraez and J. Huarte (eds), DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-20772-3-10
Marcondes, A.(2012,Nov 6). Brazil Embarks on Cloning of Wild Animals. The Inter Press Service. Retrieved from: http://www.ipsnews.net/2012/11/brazil-embarks-on-cloning-of-wild-animals/ questions? references: Minnesota Citizens Concerned For life.(2012). Reproductive vs. ‘Therapeutic’ cloning. Retrieved from: http://www.mccl.org/reproductive-vs-therapeutic-cloning.html
Therapeutic cloning research approved. (2006,September/October).John Harvard’s Journal,80-81.Retrieved from: http://harvardmag.com/pdf/2006/09-pdfs/0906-80.pdf
Tabar, V. ,Tomishima, M., Panagiotakos, G., Wakayama, S.,...Studer, L.(2008).Therapeutic cloning in individual parkinsonian mice.Nature Medicine,14,379-381.doi:10.1038/nm1732
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