Artificial Mouse Embryo Created in Culture

News   Mar 03, 2017 | Original story from the University of Cambridge

 
Artificial Mouse Embryo Created in Culture

Stem cell-modelled embryo at 96 hours (left); Embryo cultured in vitro for 48 hours from the blastocyst stage (right) Credit: Sarah Harrison and Gaelle Recher, Zernicka-Goetz Lab, University of Cambridge

 
 
 

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