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Mice with human livers available for testing HCV...

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 Posted 6/10/2012 6:15:31 AM
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Yes they are. The SALK INSTITUTE has created these mice and they have been available for testing since 2010. This is THE way around FDA rules preventing the use of BHT in human testing and is now being used by BIG PHARMA to test their patentable drugs.
   I do not know how much these mice cost. I will donate up to ten thousand dollars to LEF to do tests using BHT as a treatment for hepatitis C IF: LEF has the credentials to do such tests and I am credited as the sponsor of these tests. If such testing will cost more than 10,000 dollars let me know how much it will cost. I may be able to find some other sponsors if need be. I am very serious about this and will put my money where my mouth is. 
   Here is a link to MICE WITH HUMAN LIVERS:   http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/180015.php

Extracts from SALK INSTITUTE publication:

1.    The Salk researchers' findings were published in the Feb. 22, 2010 online edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigation.


2.     The methodology of generating these mice is freely available to the research community.

Now I do understand that: Though, the methodology is freely available to the research community, said methodology would without any doubt in my mind require some highly skilled researchers or at least one to lead and oversee such a project.   ...Oscar      

Wife had **** fit. Have to renege on 10,000 dollar offer for research project. Oh well, same old Oscar,   ...Oscar 


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