Here is an article straight out of the UK claiming "The admixed embryos created by the Newcastle group are of a kind known as cytoplasmic hybrids, or cybrids, which are made by placing the nucleus from a human cell into an animal egg that has had its nucleus removed. The genetic material in the resulting embryos is 99.9 per cent human."
I had never heard of this and found it very interesting. I don't have an ethical dilemma with the research, as long as it isn't extended into the creation of a fully developed fetus. I guess the ethical question lies in how long the embryo should be or could be grown.
Thoughts or comments?