A proposal about cultivating meat in Egypt sparks widespread controversy…and a “university” professor reveals the method

A proposal about cultivating meat in Egypt sparks widespread controversy…and a “university” professor reveals the method
A proposal about cultivating meat in Egypt sparks widespread controversy…and a “university” professor reveals the method
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Al-Marsad Newspaper: A proposal to grow meat in Egypt after its high prices sparked widespread controversy.

Dr. Ahmed Galal, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture at Ain Shams University, said that the idea of ​​cultivating meat is not new and is applied in other countries, explaining that these experiments began in 1988 and in 1998, and these experiments continued until a Dutch scientist succeeded in producing the first laboratory-made burger. This is done by a research team.

Produce meat

He pointed out that the stage of producing meat cuts is an idea based on stem cells, which are present in all living organisms, and have the ability to form a human being tremendously, explaining that stem cells succeeded by 98% in treating leukemia patients. According to “Cairo 24.”

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Jalal continued, “The transformation of meat will take place by taking a group of stem cells from the embryonic stage with a specific technique and then converting them into gene cells, and taking part of them and applying what is called the development process to form trillions of cells.”

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He pointed out that these cells will undergo a specialized process and will be placed in the bioreactor, then they will be multiplied to form tissues, and after that we will collect all the tissues using one of the techniques that help in this matter, through which a piece of meat will be produced.

He explained that the method of cultivating meat will be done through environmental cells through laboratories and laboratories, stressing that the implementation of an idea like this in Egypt takes a lot of time in order for it to succeed in a good way, and the percentage of error in studies and research is non-existent.

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