Biotechnology and Ethics

FEATUREIMAGE

Research: What have HeLa done and where are they today? (2014, December 6). Retrieved November 21, 2016, from https://rsohela.wordpress.com/2014/12/06/research-what-have-hela-done-and-where-are-they-today/‚Äč

Key Concepts

  • development of the study of virology
  • development of appropriate freezing methods for cell storage
  • the discovery of the first polio vaccine to being used in HIV research
  • to the discovery of the Human Papilloma virus being the cause of cervical cancer
  • studying the effects of salmonella and tuberculosis
  • Development of treatment for Parkinson’s
  • As the first cells to go space and survive

HeLa Cells

Cloning

Nanotechnology

HIV and HPV

HIV: infection of T cell
Encyclopedia Britannica. (2016, April 18). AIDS | disease Retrieved November 22, 2016, from https://www.britannica.com/science/AIDS

Telomorase - ageing

Salmonella poisoning

Timelines

Biba, E. (2010, January 25). Henrietta Everlasting: 1950s Cells Still Alive, Helping Science. Retrieved November 18, 2016, from https://www.wired.com/2010/01/st_henrietta/

 

Del Carpio, A. (2014, April 27). The good, the bad, and the HeLa. Retrieved November 18, 2016, from http://berkeleysciencereview.com/article/good-bad-hela/

 

Europoean Molecular Biology Laboratory. (2013, March 11). Havoc in biology’s most-used human cell line. Retrieved November 18, 2016, from https://www.embl.de/aboutus/communication_outreach/media_relations/2013/130311_Heidelberg/

Prezi Timeline

Graham, M. (2012). The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks: Timeline [Prezi slides]. Retrieved from https://prezi.com/qdukhmr5wpcx/the-immortal-life-of-henrietta-lacks-timeline/