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résuméDie Studien berichtet, dass die neue Methode zur Herstellung von Stammzellen verwendet, um eine ganze Maus Fötus zu erstellen. Credit: Haruko Obokata Japanische Wissenschaftler Haruko Obokata, die zur Herstellung der Stammzellenforschung beschuldigt
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Stem Cell Scientist kommt überein, auf Rückzugs




Die Studien berichtet, dass die neue Methode zur Herstellung von Stammzellen verwendet, um eine ganze Maus Fötus zu erstellen.

Credit: Haruko Obokata


Japanische Wissenschaftler Haruko Obokata, die zur Herstellung der Stammzellenforschung beschuldigt wird, hat sich bereit erklärt, die Papiere zurückzuziehen veröffentlichte sie ihre Arbeit zu beschreiben, nach Nachrichten.

Die beiden Papiere, Nature in der Zeitschrift veröffentlicht im Januar beschrieb eine neue Art Maus Blutzellen in Stammzellen zu drehen, die Zellen, die die Fähigkeit haben, jede Art von Gewebe zu werden, indem die Zellen in Säure Baden. Die Forscher nannte die Technik Stap-Zelle oder STAP.

Allerdings löste die Ergebnisse weit verbreitete Skepsis in der wissenschaftlichen Gemeinschaft, und mehrere Labore berichteten, dass sie nicht in der Lage waren, die Ergebnisse zu replizieren.

Das Riken-Zentrum für Entwicklungsbiologie, wo Obokata Werke eine Untersuchung über ihre Forschung ins Leben gerufen und sie schuldig des Betrugs und der Datenfabrikation im April gefunden. Nachdem zunächst ihre Entdeckung zu verteidigen, hat Obokata jetzt vereinbarten beide Papiere zurückzuziehen, sagen Berichten zufolge Beamten der Riken Öffentlichkeitsarbeit.

Obokata in einem Experiment von einer externen Platte an Riken angeordnet teilnehmen können, um zu bestimmen, ob die umstrittene STAP Technik funktioniert, Teruo Kishi, sagte der Panel Vorsitzende Medien am Montag.

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