Shanghai (China) – The moral of the genetic geneticist Hee Jianzui Chui, registered in the Shenzhen Harmonekker hospital, registered in China's online clinical trial, or "involved in any clinical trials for genetically modified children".
Harmonicecker Medical Holdings has claimed that the document published on the Internet has been denied a signature, saying that the Medical Ethics Committee has not held any meetings in the hospital.
University of Science and Technology, which works as a professor at the University of Southern, said they did not know the research project since February.
According to the Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Hu Nangin, he was "very surprised" by the journalists who said the trials had been banned since 2003. These data are still unclear.
"We do not know whether his work is real or predictable. If this is true, it is banned in China. "
The National Healthcare Commission of China said it was "very worried" and urged healthcare workers to "immediately investigate and clarify this matter."
More than 100 Chinese researchers have condemned the use of Crysis-K9 technology to change human embryonic genes, and that the use of technology in China is likely to undermine the reputation and development of biomedical medicine in China.
In online videos, geneticist Hee Jiann has defended his alleged genetic alterations to prevent her from infecting her infected herds from HIV.
"They have opened the gates of Hell," said scientists at the Chinese news website Bieber. You can hope to close it before it's too late. «
Technology (CRISPER-CAS 9) lets you cut and copy genetic DNA, which will help you to genetically rebuild the disease.
"This is a bioethics review, which is called scientific research only by name", – said about 120 Chinese scientists. Direct experiments for people can only be said to be foolish. «
Professor Yang Jinggang, of the University of Feng, told Reuters that the genetic transformation was "very dangerous" and that he signed a letter.
According to the Chinese Society for the Study of Cells and Genetic Society, it acts "individually" and its work "poses a threat to the integrity of these subjects." "We believe that his study contradicts the Chinese rules and the international scientific community's consensus," said the two organizations' online statement.
The CRISPER-CAS 9 technology allows scientists to reduce DNA and genetic reform to prevent disease, but have many concerns about safety and ethics.
Chinese researcher for the first time in history has announced that it will change the genes of two newborns. According to a video posted on YouTube, two children, Lula and Nana "have come to the world a few weeks ago, scream and be healthy like any other baby."
The researcher confirmed the success of genetic surgery and noted that "no gene has changed except for HIV infection preventing officer".
Both parents and their parents were hiding, but said he wanted his father to infect a virus and not discriminate his children.
According to the Chairman of the German Ethics Council, Peter Dabruck, this work was "an irresponsible experiment" and it was difficult to predict and control the secondary and subsequent effects of genetic modification.
Several studies have shown that animals are exclusive to the gene-engineering experiments progressing in humans by modifying previously infected genes and transforming them into other healthy ones. Researchers led by Philadelphia's Children's Hospital, Dr. William Buranto, have managed to correct the genetic problems of the mice.
According to a study published in Natural Medicine, researchers use the Kresper gene modification tool to generate gene mutations that cause liver failure in the mice. Although this approach was able to work with the mouse after birth, the US research showed that perinatal correction was possible, but scientists have confirmed that there are some time until people are ready to use them.
Researchers can use embryonic gene modification technologies to change generation and to distinguish between humans
The study was conducted by Robin Lovell Badg, Head of Cell Biology and Development Genetics at Francis Cricket Institute in London. "It's important experiments that show the principle that can be avoided from hepatic diseases that inherited the disease before the effects of mutations," he said. But using rats, he noted that translating genetic therapy for human embryos could be a serious problem.
At present there are debates about the possibility of changing human genes. A British study has shown that there is no basis for preventing genetic transformation of human embryos, but it is necessary to determine appropriate measures.
According to Karen Jenang, head of the research team at the Novellid bioethics council, practice can have a long, profound, long-term impact on society.
The British law now prohibits genetic changes in human embryos, except for some studies. For example, scientists can genetically change embryos that are not the result of IVF, which should be immediately aborted after the study.
"The gene-engineering practice aimed at improving the human race 30 years ago has an international ban," said David King, Human Genetics Inc. President of the Company.
According to the British magazine Nature, American scientists have been able to change the genes of human embryos using Crysper-C9 technology to correct genetic mutations leading to hypertonic myocardial infarction.
According to researchers, researchers have been using the Crysper-KAS 9 technique to cut off the genetic mutations in the gene-mutated gene of the infected gene. The researchers have shown the genetic set of all 58 tested embryos.
In the course of this study, correction of cellular eggs due to the correct gene copy of the egg, not more than three-quarters of the embryos fails to produce a mutation that increases the probability of deviation to about 72 per cent without the 72 per cent. If one parent is infected. According to researchers, the cause of gene mutation is 50 percent of the generation.
Scientists do not let human beings genetically engineered. Researchers fear that, despite a wide range of laboratory experiments, embryonic gene modification technologies will be used to change the reproductive and distinction between humans.