Adam Zaretsky

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    Adam Zaretsky, Headmaster, NADLinc, Woodstock, New York, USA. Human Genetic Modification Targets Where Anatomically human are the Novel Gene Targets? Gene insertion potential sites genes enter the waterfall of inheritance in human body:  1. Direct to a Human Embryo inside a pregnant women. Embryos have developing gonads: pre-eggs (oogonia) and presperm (spermatagonia). 2. Human gonads: sperm in testicles and ovum in ovaries. Female children and adults, male adolescents and adults. 3. Zygote or developing blastula outside of the body during IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) as a part of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology.) Implantation into a pseudo-pregnant womb or uterus is presently still needed. 4. Human Embryonic Stem Cells (HESc) grown in tissue culture and screened with Florescence activated cell sorter (FACS), then grown into embroid bodies and implanted. Cloning of posthumans possible with this method with the aid of many surrogates interested in co-birthing a technically novel clan or brood.


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  • New York, New York, United States of America

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