embryonization

embryonization

 [em-bre″o-nĭ-za´shun]
reversion of a tissue or cell to the embryonic form.
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em·bry·on·i·za·tion

(em'brē-on-i-zā'shŭn),
Reversion of a cell or tissue to an embryonic form.
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em·bry·on·i·za·tion

(em'brē-ŏn-ī-zā'shŭn)
Reversion of a cell or tissue to an embryonic form.
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Such developments include, for example, artificial embryonization, the storage and use of frozen embryos, embryo "transfers," and related procedures currently being practiced.
From the preceding, we may conclude that the application of Jewish sources about the Golem to a wide variety of issues in reproductive biotechnology offers a "window of opportunity" for applying old texts to new problems in bioethics and human identity.(33) These include not only current procedures such as in vitro fertilization and artificial embryonization, but also anticipated developments in cloning, bionics, and artificial intelligence.