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A patient-centred approach to embryo donation for research

Catarina Samorinha, Susana Silva
2016 Israel Journal of Health Policy Research  
Most couples enrolled in Assisted Reproductive Technologies' (ART) treatments need to make decisions regarding embryo disposition, as they are asked to sign a consent form about embryo donation for research  ...  individual experiences and levels of satisfaction with care delivery, we argue that it is crucial to provide stakeholders in health systems with feedback on patients' views about legal and regulatory frameworks  ...  Length of embryo storage There are regulatory differences regarding the maximum length of time for embryo storage worldwide [32] , which may influence cross-border reproductive care services [33, 34]  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13584-016-0098-z pmid:27826412 pmcid:PMC5098275 fatcat:2vnqh5g7wnfg7howmryl3x4uie

Human embryo experimentation: regulation and relative rights

C L Feiler
1998 Fordham law review  
Embryo Research Panel, was secretly conducting illegal human embryo research with NIH equipment and research fellows. Continued Management Concerns at the NIH, 105th Cong.  ...  Tea Co. v. Cottrell, 424 U.S. 366, 371 (1976). 189. Margaret S. v. Edwards, 488 F. Supp. 181, 220 (E.D.  ...  This statute does not, however, address the performance of pre-implantation diagnosis, which is designed to determine the genetic status of an embryo in conjunction with an IVF protocol. 291 Nor would  ... 
pmid:10342917 fatcat:gmkjuzdwanhmrafpn7sr5nfvxe

A survey of self-healing systems frameworks

Chris Schneider, Adam Barker, Simon Dobson
2014 Software, Practice & Experience  
Section 2 provides an overview of existing selfhealing systems methodologies-including frameworks, operating systems, and services.  ...  One approach for addressing these problems is to build self-healing systems (i.e. frameworks) that can autonomously detect and recover from faulty states.  ...  Using an ad hoc management style allows self-healing frameworks to leverage more autonomous strategies and learning methodologies.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.2250 fatcat:gmmo3weu2zfcnof5ebswtebpvi

A clash at the petri dish: transferring embryos with known genetic anomalies

Judith Daar
2018 Journal of Law and the Biosciences  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS An earlier version of this draft was presented in April 2017 to attendees of the Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics Workshop taught by Professor Glenn Cohen at Harvard Law  ...  Newark Morning Ledger Co., 267 A.2d 557 (NJ Super 1970); Childress v.  ...  With this rough framework in mind, what liability concerns might an infertility specialist dwell upon in either agreeing or refusing to transfer embryos with known genetic anomalies?  ... 
doi:10.1093/jlb/lsy015 pmid:30191065 pmcid:PMC6121061 fatcat:k42gcitzf5euvhr6nwnj5izfa4

The co-operative model as a means of stakeholder management: An exploratory qualitative analysis

Darrell Hammond, John Luiz
2016 South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences  
The co-operative model of stakeholder management is examined as a possible mitigating organisational form in this high-conflict environment.  ...  Trust and knowledge sharing are critical for enabling a co-operative model of stakeholder management, which requires strong governance and adherence to strict rules.  ...  The cooperative was seen as a means of combating the impact of industrial capitalism, or an embryo of socialism within a capitalist economy (Philip, 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajems.v19i4.1537 fatcat:nznpdk4hdvfenig4xnhmxi5cqa

Stem Cell Research in Spain: If Only They Were Windmills …

Angel Raya, Juan Carlos Izpisúa Belmonte
2009 Cell Stem Cell  
system of excellence, with some 40.5 million potential users and a large number of highly trained professionals (3.4 practicing physicians per 1000 inhabitants, versus 3.0, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation  ...  However, the extra effort led to a solid, yet flexible legislative framework that will accommodate new scientific developments and a national commitment to an ambitious, long-term research program.  ...  This is certainly a generalization, but the Spanish approach to problemsolving tends to swing between two extremes: an unwavering and almost heroic determination to resolve a situation (real or otherwise  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.stem.2009.05.016 pmid:19497274 fatcat:ojevpuuvijabpntv7gvlyptqoe

Terraforming cyberspace

J.M. Bradshaw, N. Suri, A.J. Canas, R. Davis, K. Ford, R. Hoffman, R. Jeffers, T. Reichherzer
2001 Computer  
An example of the application of KAoS, NOMADS, and Java security policies and mechanisms can be found in our work on the DARPA Co-ABS-sponsored Coalition Operations Experiment (CoAX) (http://  ...  If a quantity limit is in effect, then the VM throws an exception when a thread requests an I/O operation that would result in the limit being exceeded.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.933503 fatcat:fup74dhw65bghksaypta3my7ta

The Software Continuum Concept: Towards a Biologically Inspired Model for Robust E-Business Software Automation

Thang N. Nguyen
2005 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
As application, we examine the mapping of a major enterprise-level architecture framework to the biologically-inspired framework.  ...  We argue that the homeomorphisms give rise to a biologically-inspired architectural framework for addressing robust control, robust intelligence, and robust autonomy issues in e-business software and other  ...  Embryo 2003 , Carnegie Collection 2003 .  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01515 fatcat:wozeuq6gsjhkll2e6c76fmhsga

An Efficient Agent Based Data Management Method of NoSQL Environments for Health Care Applications

Theodore Kotsilieris
2021 Healthcare  
Mobile agents provide an inherent way of tackling distributed problems of accessing heterogeneous and spatially diverse data sources.  ...  The experimental environment was based on the Apache Jena Fuseki NoSQL server and the JAVA Agent DEvelopment Framework -JADE agent platform.  ...  The co posed by such an architecture was eliminated by the communication capabilitie the mobile agents.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9030322 pmid:33805721 fatcat:jbim7urx3rbkremlrphsv7dlaa


2015 Marmara Avrupa araştırmaları dergisi  
It provides a framework for co-operation in industry-led projects with the object of producing high technology goods and services capable of competing in the world markets with Japan and the USA.  ...  (d) Co-operation on Science and Technology (COST) reflects an action programme comprising the EC and several third countries.  ... 
doi:10.29228/mjes.375 fatcat:6tf3nhbh35b73mh2vjulumchde

On Adaptive Self-Organization in Artificial Robot Organisms

Serge Kernbach, Heiko Hamann, Jürgen Stradner, Ronald Thenius, Thomas Schmickl, Karl Crailsheim, A.C. van Rossum, Michele Sebag, Nicolas Bredeche, Yao Yao, Guy Baele, Yves Van de Peer (+7 others)
2009 2009 Computation World: Future Computing, Service Computation, Cognitive, Adaptive, Content, Patterns  
This paper describes on-going work of creating such an artificial self-organization within artificial robot organisms, performed in the framework of several European projects.  ...  We propose to build an agent-based framework which is used to mimic a real-life genome and gene expression operations.  ...  Instead, the units of selection will be autonomous, running all evolutionary and learning operators onboard, in an online fashion.  ... 
doi:10.1109/computationworld.2009.9 fatcat:xnvctky2kvhcre42xvmhr6zaje

Telecommunications reform in Southern Africa: the role of the Southern African Development Community

P.K. McCormick
2003 Telecommunications Policy  
This article examines telecommunications reform and related infrastructure and service developments in Southern African states.  ...  The goal is to create a tripartite industry framework with the respective Government as the policy maker, an independent regulatory institution, and licensed service providers operating in a competitive  ...  All of the licensed service providers are then to operate in an environment overseen by an independent regulatory authority.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0308-5961(02)00094-0 fatcat:d2l75jsgu5bxthswbmjiofcbja

Assisted existence: an ethnography of being in Ecuador

Elizabeth F.S. Roberts
2013 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute  
In describing her specific protocols, she explained how she 'sensed what embryos want' .  ...  Through an insistence on the material specificity of assisted reproduction itself, this ethnographic contrast contributes to anthropological approaches to ontological questions of being.  ...  operating room with a scalpel.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9655.12050 fatcat:o66ppu2wwjhvffz66sz2wf77yi

Bioinformatics integration and agent technology

K.A Karasavvas, R Baldock, A Burger
2004 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
The need to be able to co-relate relevant information is fundamental to increase the overall knowledge and understanding of a specific subject.  ...  Here, we introduce agent technology and we argue why it provides an appropriate solution for designing bioinformatics integration systems.  ...  Such systems with a number of co-operating agents are called multi-agent systems (MAS).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2004.04.003 pmid:15196484 fatcat:wgdy73uxgbebrg2ldeall2nijy

Self-organization and multiagent systems: I. Models of multiagent self-organization

V. I. Gorodetskii
2012 Journal of computer & systems sciences international  
A systematization and description of the self organization models and mechanisms implemented in the framework of the multiagent architecture is given, and biological self organization mechanisms are discussed  ...  The management in such systems is a challenging task, which requires a revision of modern views, models, architectures, and development technologies.  ...  In an overlay network, every autonomous entity typically has multiple neighbors with which it can communicate "directly" by name as it seems to it in the framework of the overlay network.  ... 
doi:10.1134/s106423071201008x fatcat:vpvk7xl4gzd2dp7cduje67uxui
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