|FROM THIS INNOCENT BABY|
|INTO THIS LITTLE INNOCENT ANIMAL|
BREAKING NEWS; BABIES' BRAIN CELLS, POST ABORTION, WERE TRANSPLANTED INTO MICE BY SCIENTISTS, ALLEGED NEWS.
The Scientist recently ran commentary by John D Loike, questioning the ethics of transplanting human brain cells into other species 
From Human Fetus into Mouse Pup
According to report, Steve Goldman of the University of Rochester and his colleagues reported that they had transplanted immature glial cells from donated human foetuses into the brains of immunodeficient mouse pups.
These human glial cells matured into astrocytes and developed as the primary astrocyte population in the newborn mouse brain. 
Journal of Neuroscience
The Paper in Journal of Neuroscience clearly states that the glial cells came from second trimester abortions;
'For xenograft of human fetal GPC's, cells were extracted from second-trimester human foetuses [18-22 weeks gestation age] obtained at abortion.
The forebrain ventricular/subventricular zones were dissected from the brain, the samples chilled on ice, minced and dissociated using papain/DNase, as described previously (Roy et al., 1999, 2000), always within 3 h of extraction.
The dissociates were maintained overnight in minimal media of DMEM/F12/N1 with 10 ng/ml bFGF.
Samples were deidentified and obtained with the approval of the University of Rochester Research Subjects Review Board.' 
SO; WHAT HAPPENS?
The baby who can yawn, hiccup and suck his or her thumb is killed within the womb; dissected; minced up and placed into mice.
The physical and mental agony of both tiny baby and helpless mouse during all procedures can only be imagined; so horrific must they be.
WHY NOT SIGN THE PETITION?
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With thanks to lifenews.com, the-scientist.com, www.peta . org
Images by Catherine Nicolette