• 来稿:陈琳   北京市虹天济神经科学研究院

  • Zh Vopr Neirokhir Im N N Burdenko. 1992 Nov-Dec;(6):12-3.  

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  • The legal and ethical aspects of nerve tissue  transplantation

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  • Sramka M, Rattaj  M.

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  • The authors have specified the following criteria for the  withdrawal of embryonal tissue at their department: 1) only tissue from dead  fetus is allowed to be used in neurotransplantation; 2) embryonal tissue is to  be obtained after spontaneous abortions from volunteers or from women asking for  artificial abortion; 3) the women should be informed about the curative purposes  of embryonal tissue voluntary donorship and they must give a written consent; 4)  decision on abortion should be separated from the use of embryonal tissue; 5)  women should not know recipients; no payments should be made for tissue; 6) the  donor is not permitted to impregnate in order to use embryos for research or  clinical purposes; 7) sampling of BWR, HBsAG, anti-HIV, cytomegalovirus, herpes  I and II is to be made for serologic examinations and that from the cervix for  cultivation and sensitivity, as well as ultrasound verification of a germinal  age is done in potential donors; 8) consent should be signed to embryonal brain  transplantation by recipient or his legitimate deputy if the recipient is  certifiable. The above criteria should protect both the donor and the recipient.  The use of embryonal tissue cultures seems to be promising. In addition to legal  and ethic problems, immunological problems and problems concerning the aseptic  withdrawal of embryonal tissue are falling off.


脊髓损伤后促进肌体积恢复的锻炼和移植机制
修复的希望:解除对胎儿组织移植研究的禁令

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