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SAP RAMAH MI PATHUM CHI ATANGA NAU SIAM PHAL TA

SAP RAMAH MI PATHUM CHI ATANGA NAU SIAM PHAL TA

United Kingdom-a fertility regulator chuan hmeichhe pahnih chi leh mipa pakhat chi atanga nausen siam an phalsak ta. Damkhawchhuak zo lo tur  tih hriat sa nausen lo piang zel tur venna a ni.

1) Two eggs are fertilised with sperm, creating an embryo from the intended parents and another from the donors 2) The pronuclei, which contain genetic information, are removed from both embryos but only the parents' are kept 3) A healthy embryo is created by adding the parents' pronuclei to the donor embryo, which is finally implanted into the womb
1) Two eggs are fertilised with sperm, creating an embryo from the intended parents and another from the donors 2) The pronuclei, which contain genetic information, are removed from both embryos but only the parents’ are kept 3) A healthy embryo is created by adding the parents’ pronuclei to the donor embryo, which is finally implanted into the womb

Hetianga mi pathum chi atanga nausen  siam  hi kum 2017 tawp lamah an piantir hman beisei a ni.

Nu thenkhat hian natna chi khat mitochondrial disease chu an fate-ah an thlahchhawng thin a, chu natna vei nausen chu an dam khawchhuak zo thin lo a ni.

Hetiang natna vei nu chi-a mitochondria hrisel lo leh hmeichhe dang chi (donor egg)-a mitochondria hrisel an thlakthlengsak ang a, chumi hnu-a a pasal chi nen an develop leh ang a, nausen lo piang khan a nu vei ang natna vei lovin  a dam khawchhuah theih an beisei a ni.

He mi pathum atanga nau siam phalna license hi Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust leh Newcastle University te hnenah an pek thuai beisei a ni a, nausen piang 4,300 zinga nausen 1 zel hian Mitochondrial disease vei ang an ni a, hetiang vei nausen hi an sepsel lutuk hlawm a, an dam chhuak zo thin lo a ni.

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Courtesy; BBC

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