Research / Science's miracle... Scientists have given birth to children from male rats

Zoom News : Jun 19, 2021, 06:54 AM
Science is rapidly progressing. Impossible is also being made possible. China's scientists did something this time, which are also difficult to think. Chinese scientists gave children from male rats. However, he is also involved in this scientist of scientists. Chinese scientists did not pregnant male rats, but they have shown by them. For this, he was doing research for many years. Now, the result of this research has come out.

This research was done by the team of scientists at Naval Medical University of Shanghai. Scientists completed this research in four steps, which has been told the RAT model. The scientists were first pulled out from the body of female rats. After this he was fitted in male rat body. After this Utrebs transplant, the male was pregnant and delivered through his cizarian.

Scientists were left to develop the embryo for 21.5 days before the Cezerian section. After the birth of rats, the team found "Separation Surgeries" on rats and found that all male children can survive three months later.

According to the Sun's report, the researchers said that the study has shown that the mice born from the experiment alive in adulthood and they did not have any health problems. However, they also met some "unusual dead embryos", which were "different size and color than normal embryos.

In his research paper, the team has written that "for the first time a mammalican animal model of male pregnancy is made by us. Our research reveals the possibility of the development of normal embryos in male mammalian animals and its reproductive biology research There may be a profound effect. "

At the same time, Peta's senior science policy advisor Emily McIver criticized this study and said that animals should not be considered as "disposable items".

He said that "These shocking experiments are fully inspired by curiosity and do nothing to pursue our understanding of the human reproductive system.