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Mice With Human Thought Processes Could Be Developed In The Future

Previous studies had already demonstrated that brain cells from aborted human fetuses could be injected into rodent brains. However, the functionality of these cells however remained unclear.

In order to prevent a breach of ethical regulations, certain guidelines have been established in California regarding chimera research. This has been formulated to prevent the development of human embryos inside experimental animals. Though the above study was conducted before the formulation of these guidelines, an ethical clearance was obtained before initiation of the study.

This novel finding can help scientists better understand the fundamentals of neurological disorders. It would also promote the testing of experimental medicines for the treatment of such diseases. In addition, it could eventually pave way for the development of stem cell based therapies for neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s disease.

The researchers further intend to concentrate on the introduction of healthy human cells into animal models designed to mimic human diseases such as Alzheimer's or Parkinson’s. If successful, useful information regarding the origin of the disease and the pathology can be obtained to develop appropriate treatmet strategies.
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