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2021-06
Amander T. Clark , Ali Brivanlou , Jianping Fu , Kazuto Kato , Debra Mathews , Kathy K. Niakan , Nicolas Rivron , Mitinori Saitou , Azim Surani , Fuchou Tang , Janet Rossant
In this perspective, the authors, which include a member of the ISSCR, provide a summary of the recommendations of Working Group 2, the sub-committee in charge of updating the 2021 ISSCR guidelines pertaining to oversight processes and the categories of research.
Go to Source: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.stemcr.2021.05.008

2021-06
Robin Lovell-Badge , Eric Anthony , Roger A. Barker , Tania Bubela , Ali H. Brivanlou , Melissa Carpenter , R. Alta Charo , Amander Clark , Ellen Clayton , Yali Cong , George Q. Daley , Jianping Fu , Misao Fujita , Andy Greenfield , Steve A. Goldman , Lori Hill , Insoo Hyun , Rosario Isasi , Jeffrey Kahn , Kazuto Kato , Jin-Soo Kim , Jonathan Kimmelman , Jürgen A. Knoblich , Debra Mathews , Nuria Montserrat , Jack Mosher , Megan Munsie , Hiromitsu Nakauchi , Luigi Naldini , Gail Naughton , Kathy Niakan , Ubaka Ogbogu , Roger Pedersen , Nicolas Rivron , Heather Rooke , Janet Rossant , Jeff Round , Mitinori Saitou , Douglas Sipp , Julie Steffann , Jeremy Sugarman , Azim Surani , Jun Takahashi , Fuchou Tang , Leigh Turner , Patricia J. Zettler , Xiaomei Zhai
This document was written by the 45 members of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) task force charged with revising the Society’s guidelines for stem cell and related biological research.
Go to Source: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.stemcr.2021.05.012

2021-05
International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR)
The ISSCR is an international body founded in 2002 that harmonizes global ethical standards and regulation for research with embryos, stem cells and gametes.
Go to Source: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/611faaa8fee682525ee16489/t/62ed69b184e2ed258e6eb7e4/1659726257773/isscr-guidelines-for-stem-cell-research-and-clinical-translation-2021.pdf

2021-05
Robin Lovell-Badge
Robin Lovell-Badge, who chaired the ISSCR’s Task Force to Update the Guidelines, provides an overview of the methods and experts involved in the May 2021 update and defends the rationale for extending the 14-day limit on embryo research to 28 days.
Go to Source: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-021-01387-z

2021-03
Insoo Hyun , Annelien L. Bredenoord , James Briscoe , Sigal Klipstein , Tao Tan
The authors suggest that it is time to reassess the 14-day rule, since recent technological advances have made it possible to culture human research embryos for longer periods.
Go to Source: https://doi.org/10.1126/science.abf3751