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Stem Cell Study Offers New Way To Study Early Development and Pregnancy

News   Oct 18, 2019 | Original story from the Salk Institute

 
Stem Cell Study Offers New Way To Study Early Development and Pregnancy

Pictured are blastocyst-like structures (blastoids) from cultured mouse cells immunofluorescently stained for the trophectoderm marker CDX2 (green) and the inner cell mass marker SOX2 (red). The trophoectoderm is the term for the outer cells of the blastoid. Credit: Salk Institute/Waitt Advanced Biophotonics Core Facility

 
 
 

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