Shanghai (China) – The Shenzhen Harmonecker Hospital, which appears online in the clinical trial of China, dismissed the moral acceptance of hereditary geneticist He Jianjie Cui or any clinical operations related to "genetically modified children".
Harmonicecker Medical Holdings published a statement that the signature in the document published on the Internet was considered false and "the Hospital's Physician's Ethics Committee does not address issues related to it".
The Science and Technology University of South Australia, working as an assistant professor, said he had not been aware of the research project and was not paid at the end of February.
Xu Nanping, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology, said he was "very surprised", he said, since 2003 he has been banned. Details were not clear yet.
"We do not know if their work is genuine or supposed. True, it is definitively prohibited in China."
The Chinese National Health Committee said it was "very worried", and officials from the region said it was "about immediately investigating and clarifying".
More than 100 researchers in China have also found an open letter that the use of Crysis-K9 technology to change human embryos is dangerous and unjustified and damages China's reputation and development of biomedical medicine.
In online video, geneticist He Jian Kui defended victim twin supposedly supposed stomach change to protect the HIV virus.
"The doors of hell were opened," said Scientists at the conference, the Chinese news website published by Bieber. It may be shut down before closing too late. "
Technology (CRISPER-CAS 9) allows cutting and copying DNA genetics, waiting for genetic repair of disease prevention
"The so-called bioethics review of radical research is just the name," said 120 Chinese-written experts. Human direct experimentation is just madness. "
Yang Qin Gang, professor at the Fudan University, said Reuters said the genetic change was "very dangerous."
The Chinese Genetics Association and Stem Cell Research said the Chinese Society Society had "acted individually" and had "serious risks to the totality of these organizations". "We believe that our research sciences and the international community of sciences have a strong contrast with the consensus achieved," said two organizations in a statement published on the Internet.
The CRISPER-CAS 9 technology enables scientists to cut and copy DNA, to avert genetic reforms to prevent illnesses, but there are many concerns about security and ethics.
The Chinese researcher has announced that it has managed to change the genes of two newborns for the first time in history. According to a video released on YouTube, two babies, Lulu and Nana, "a few weeks ago came to the world and screamed and was just as healthy as any other baby."
The researcher confirmed that genetic surgery was successful and stressed that "the gene has not changed unless it is responsible for the prevention of HIV infection."
Both children and their parents were secretly, but he only said that his father was infected with the virus and that his children did not want to discriminate.
Peter Dabru, the chairman of the German Ethics Council, said the work was "asking for human-made experiments" and stressed that it was difficult to predict and control the second and subsequent genetic modification.
It should be underlined that several studies first concluded that altering genetic gene genes and altering other healthy ones, but these experiments were an exclusive animal to continue forbidding humans. The researchers led by Dr. Philadelphia Children's Hospital, William Biranto, directed mice genetic problems.
Researchers, based on a study published in Nature's Medicine, use a gene-like tool for Cresper to create serious genes that can cause a gene mutation. Although this study may make mice work from birth, US research shows that prenatal adjustment is possible, but scientists reaffirm that it is time-consuming for humans to use.
Researchers believe that the embryo gene's modification of technologies to change offspring and distinguish between humans
Robin Lovell Badge, a mother of cell mating and genetic development at the Francis Creek Institute in London, has welcomed. "These are important experiments to demonstrate that the principle of defective genetically inherited liver disease demonstrates that the mutation effects reduce the fetus's function in newborns." However, it should be emphasized that the study is performed using rats, and any challenge posed by human embryos gene therapy would pose serious challenges.
It has been a discussion about the possibility of changing human genes. A study in Great Britain concluded that "it is not a good reason to prevent the genetic modification of human embryos," but it must be noted that appropriate measures must be identified.
Karen Yueng, the director of the Novellid Bioethics Research Group, has said that the internship "can have long, profound and lengthy social implications," he said.
The British law now prohibits genetic change in human embryos except in research studies. For example, scientists may change genetically without embryo permission, due to an IVF that has not been immediately excluded from the investigation.
"30 years ago, there is a ban on genetic engineering aimed at improving human child protection," said David King, Human Genetics Inc. President.
US scientists have also modified human embryonic genes with Crysper-C9 to correct genetic mutation, such as hypertensive myocardial infarction, the main cause of death, according to British Nature magazine.
Researchers found that a genetically engineered genetically engineered genetic genome genome genome genetic genome genetically engineered genetically engineered genetic genetics injected into a genetically engineered ovary discovered researchers in the total genetic specification of all 58 embryos.
In the same study, in the current process, the cells depend on the direct copy of the egg genomes. Three-quarters of embryos, within 72%, do not perform this mutation, and in children there will be no change. In a sense, if a parent is infected. Genetic mutation causes 50% of the offspring to inherit if a parent is infected, the researchers said.
Scientists are still far from recent studies of genetic engineering for humans. Despite the success of a wide range of laboratory experiments, researchers are afraid of changing the embryonic genome of the researcher to change herbs and distinguish between humans.