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I agree there are junk DNA or differences in the metabolisation of proteins that diverge from humans to chimpanzes and that represents a great unbridgeable chiasm.

But i would like to stress that if this is correct, why the the british regulator of embryo research (HFEA) aprove to investigate with "hybrids embryo".
If the most close living animal (chimpanzees) to humans have essential genetic disimilarities: What are the advantages to study exo-cells or hybrids embryos for the clinical disease in humans; because the rest of animals have a mayor chiasm. What can be learn from this?

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