1. Gravitas: Scientists inject human cells into Monkey's embryo  WION
  2. First monkey-human hybrid embryos sparking controversy among scientists  Boing Boing
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  4. Scientists try to create world`s first human-monkey Chimera, raise eyebrows  WION
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Scientists recently reported a major milestone in the creation of human-animal hybrids. Researchers from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and colleagues, seen above, injected human stem cells into monkey embryos in vitro. Several of the chimera embryos survived for 19 days. Eventually, these hybrid animals could be used for testing new drugs or to…Scientists recently reported a major milestone in the creation of human-animal hybrids. Researchers from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and colleagues, seen above, injected human stem ce…

First monkey-human hybrid embryos sparking controversy among scientists | Boing Boing

In this study, the monkey embryos containing human stem cells stayed alive and grew outside the body for a period of 19 days.In this study, the monkey embryos containing human stem cells stayed alive and grew outside the body for a period of 19 days.

Explained: Why human cells grown in monkey embryos sparked ethics debate | Explained News,The Indian Express

The ancient Greeks were brilliant at inventing fantastical animals like the Chimera for instance. It was a fearsome fire-breathing monster, which had a lion's head, a goat's body and a serpent's tail.  In Greek mythology, the Chimera was slain by Bellerophon, the son of Poseidon. But today, not all Chimeras are mythological. For biologists, this term describes any organism, whose body consists of cells from two different organisms. The scientists in the United States recently tried to create the world's first human-monkey Chimera. The ancient Greeks were brilliant at inventing fantastical animals like the Chimera for instance. It was a fearsome fire-breathing monster, which had a lion's head, a goat's body and a serpent's tail.  In Greek mythology, the Chimera was slain by Bellerophon, the son of Poseidon. But today, not all Chimeras are mythological. For biologists, this term describes any organism, whose body consists of cells from two different organisms. The scientists in the United States recently tried to create the world's first human-monkey Chimera. 

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