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Human Embryo-like Model Created From Human Stem Cells

News   Jun 11, 2020 | Original story from the University of Cambridge

 
Human Embryo-like Model Created From Human Stem Cells

Image analysis of human gastruloid showing "anteroposterior" patterning. Green is posterior part similar to tail-end of an embryo, magenta is anterior part similar to developing heart cells, grey marks DNA. Credit: Naomi Moris

 
 
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