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Scientists Develop a ‘Third Eye’ to Examine Stem Cells

News   Feb 09, 2018 | Original story from MIPT

 
Scientists Develop a ‘Third Eye’ to Examine Stem Cells

The intestine. The first label is shown in blue, green spots indicate the label introduced 24 hours later, and the red marks the label incorporated 24 hours after the second one. The white represents the cells in any phase except for G0 (i.e., all dividing cells). Image courtesy of the researchers.

 
 
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