Researchers take first step toward Humans birth from Monkeys
Researchers take first step toward Humans birth from Monkeys

In the first time history of world, medical researchers successfully created monkey embryos with the help of human sperm.

This experiment initiated by the researchers of United States of America and China at fully equipped unknown-location lab, but senior scientists are not said to be part of this research due to ethical issues.

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According to the researchers, these monkey-human hybrids were destroyed after seen the growth of just 20 days.

Researchers believed that this experiment conducted just to making human hybrids a possible solution for further research purposes only, and not planning to makes a human hybrid for other living purposes.

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During this experiment, medical researchers injected human sperm into the monkey embryos and observing their development for many days and they found many embryos survived in 219 days.

A Spanish biochemist Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, author of the study at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California said that the every embryo has human cells that spread and differentiate to varying degrees.

The experiment unveiled that humanely make 103 embryos found in development in 10 days out of 132 total embryos and thus researchers destroyed all before they grow further.

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