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The Very First Human Cell Atlas Study of Early Pregnancy

News   Nov 15, 2018 | Original story from the Wellcome Sanger Institute

 
Human Cell Atlas Study Sheds Light on Maternal-Fetal Interface

Mapping individual maternal and fetal cells within the decidua and placenta revealed how they talk to each other to allow them to coexist. Image courtesy of Judith Bulmer, Newcastle University

 
 
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