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Old 05-04-2003, 03:32 PM
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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul
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Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you are in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go with it?



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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul
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"Cereoid+10" schreef in bericht
y.com...
Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you are in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go with it?



Ic Dien wrote in message
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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul

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My questions is a serious question. I like to start a
clean-farm for this items with a rapid helicopter-service to
service hospitals, universities...etc. So, I do not
need the organs for myself.
If you say, this newsgroup is not the right one, which is
it as well ?
Wfg,
Ic Dien (means...I am servicing...)
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Old 05-04-2003, 03:32 PM
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This is the wrong newsgroup by a mile, buckwheat. This one concerns plants
not animals.

Obviously, you should go back and look for a newsgroup dealing with animals.
Maybe a newsgroup for PETA would be what you are looking for?


Ic Dien wrote in message
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"Cereoid+10" schreef in bericht
y.com...
Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you are

in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go with

it?



Ic Dien wrote in message
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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul

===============================
My questions is a serious question. I like to start a
clean-farm for this items with a rapid helicopter-service to
service hospitals, universities...etc. So, I do not
need the organs for myself.
If you say, this newsgroup is not the right one, which is
it as well ?
Wfg,
Ic Dien (means...I am servicing...)
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Old 05-04-2003, 03:32 PM
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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul


As far as i know animal to human organ transplants have never been done
succesfully. I have heard that some one is working on transgenetic pigs for
organs but the research is far from complete
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I breed dwarf crayfish, great for planted community tanks. If you can get me a
shovelnose sturgeon fingerling (Scaphirhynchus platorynchus) no wild caught
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Old 05-04-2003, 03:32 PM
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Obviously we are not grasping the problem Cereoid+10 ?? who is probable is
10 years old and not a vegetarian, but may be studding biology. Therefore he
probably means Chickweed, Liverwort, Beef fungus, I can definitely say they
would be of no good.
Have a little rummage at Tesco.
Anna

"Cereoid+10" wrote in message
y.com...
Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you are in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go with it?



Ic Dien wrote in message
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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul


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"Anna Vaca" schreef in bericht
...
Obviously we are not grasping the problem Cereoid+10 ?? who is probable is
10 years old and not a vegetarian, but may be studding biology. Therefore

he
probably means Chickweed, Liverwort, Beef fungus, I can definitely say

they
would be of no good.
Have a little rummage at Tesco.
Anna

"Cereoid+10" wrote in message
y.com...
Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you are

in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go with

it?



Ic Dien wrote in message
...


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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul


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Anna,

1) I am nota scientist. So, I do not understand
terms like Cereoid+10 and Tesco.
Can you explain ?

2) Your private-adress below returns a failing
delivery recipient.

Paul

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anna Vaca"
Newsgroups: bionet.plants
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 8:00 AM
Subject: fish/animals organs for human
transplants
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Anna Vaca is playing around with words and said nothing relevant to your
inquiry.

What she meant to say is that she has a thing for young boys who she thinks
are studs.


Ic Dien wrote in message
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"Anna Vaca" schreef in bericht
...
Obviously we are not grasping the problem Cereoid+10 ?? who is probable

is
10 years old and not a vegetarian, but may be studding biology.

Therefore
he
probably means Chickweed, Liverwort, Beef fungus, I can definitely say

they
would be of no good.
Have a little rummage at Tesco.
Anna

"Cereoid+10" wrote in message
y.com...
Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you are

in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go with

it?



Ic Dien wrote in message
...



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Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul

================================
Anna,

1) I am nota scientist. So, I do not understand
terms like Cereoid+10 and Tesco.
Can you explain ?

2) Your private-adress below returns a failing
delivery recipient.

Paul

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anna Vaca"
Newsgroups: bionet.plants
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 8:00 AM
Subject: fish/animals organs for human
transplants
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Cereoid+10,
Thanks for your information,
Best regards,
Paul,

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"Cereoid+10" schreef in bericht
...
Anna Vaca is playing around with words and said nothing relevant to your
inquiry.

What she meant to say is that she has a thing for young boys who she

thinks
are studs.


Ic Dien wrote in message
...

"Anna Vaca" schreef in bericht
...
Obviously we are not grasping the problem Cereoid+10 ?? who is

probable
is
10 years old and not a vegetarian, but may be studding biology.

Therefore
he
probably means Chickweed, Liverwort, Beef fungus, I can definitely say

they
would be of no good.
Have a little rummage at Tesco.
Anna

"Cereoid+10" wrote in message
y.com...
Unless you are asking about plant parts for human transplants, you

are
in
the wrong newsgroup.

BTW, Would you rather have a chicken liver or beef liver implant?
Probably depends on whether you want fried onions or bacon to go

with
it?



Ic Dien wrote in message
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--
Animal and fish organs :
I am looking for case-studies, projections, perspectives, books,
existing industries, breed-applications...etc. concerning fish-
and other animal organs for human medical transplantations.
Somebody can help me ?
Paul

================================
Anna,

1) I am nota scientist. So, I do not understand
terms like Cereoid+10 and Tesco.
Can you explain ?

2) Your private-adress below returns a failing
delivery recipient.

Paul

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anna Vaca"
Newsgroups: bionet.plants
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 8:00 AM
Subject: fish/animals organs for human
transplants
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