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Human Embryos

The Embryo Act, which contains rules relating to the use of human gametes and embryos, was modified in September 2013.


Mutatis mutandis - Latin phrase meaning "the necessary changes having been made"

Humans

Central Committee on Research Involving Human Subjects (CCMO)

http://nugo.dife.de/bioethics/16th_World_Congress_on_Medical_Law/ARTICLES/pdf/233.pdf

Animal Embryos

According to Dutch law “Wet op de dierproeven” (Experiments on Animals Act) embryos are not covered by the definition of experimental animals until a viable age is reached.


Introduction

Academic Medical Center

Prof. Maurice van den Hoff

Department of Anatomy, Embryology & Physiology

Academic Medical Center


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