assisted controlled random chromatin

larry wiener lwdc123 at iname.com
Tue Jun 1 03:21:46 EST 1999


RESEARCHING FOR POSSIBLE ADVANCES IN ASSISTED
REPRODUCTION THERAPY

do experimental microbiologists/geneticists
currently have the
techniques needed to extract 1 chromosome from each
pair of 23 and 
leave the 23 single chromosomes intact?(in an adult
female stem cell)

I'm researching if it is possible to create a
haploid nucleus and then
fuse it with an enucleated oocyte for fertilization
--thus assisting
infertile couples to achieve genetically combined
offspring


If this is not possible are the techniques needed
currently available to
splice out and extract sections of a chromatid from
one adult stem cell
(possibly at the centromere),discard it and replace
it with a homologus
section extracted from another cell-without
destroying the nucleus?

this assisted chromatin crossovered nucleus could
then be fused with an
enucleated oocyte-no fertilization needed - and
achieve a similar result
as above 

If anyone has information to share I look forward to
your response,
Dr.Laurence Wiener


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bionet.genome.gene-structure


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