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Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques

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Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0309388708
ISBN-13: 9780309388702
Number of pages: 201

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This study examines the ethical and social issues related to MRTs, outlines principles that would provide a framework and foundation for oversight of MRTs, and develops recommendations to inform the Food and Drug Administration's consideration of investigational new drug applications.

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