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Embryonic development or embryogenesis is the process by which the embryo is formed and develops. It starts with the fertilization of the ovum, egg, which, after fertilization, is then called a zygote. The zygote undergoes rapid mitotic divisions, the formation of two exact genetic replicates of the original cell, with no significant growth (a process known as cleavage) and cellular differentiation, leading to development of an embryo.
Generation of Monkey Blastoids Using Optimized Protocol

Generation of Monkey Blastoids Using Optimized Protocol

The proper implementation of stem cell-based disease models

The proper implementation of stem cell-based disease models

Researchers find methods to awaken and revive neural stem cells

Researchers find methods to awaken and revive neural stem cells

New software helps identify genes that play vital roles in the development

New software helps identify genes that play vital roles in the development

A soybean genome in pan-3D

A soybean genome in pan-3D

“Reference Epigenome” and regulatory mechanisms in wheat embryogenesis

“Reference Epigenome” and regulatory mechanisms in wheat embryogenesis

Enhancing the efficacy of CRISPR/Cas9 and related methods

Enhancing the efficacy of CRISPR/Cas9 and related methods

The detrimental effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy

The detrimental effects of alcohol consumption during pregnancy

Analysis of genetic factors contributing to cleft lip and palate

Analysis of genetic factors contributing to cleft lip and palate

CT scanning and 3D modeling shed light on evolution of pelvic fins in shark embryos

CT scanning and 3D modeling shed light on evolution of pelvic fins in shark embryos

Analyzing progenitor fate and dynamics long after embryonic development

Analyzing progenitor fate and dynamics long after embryonic development

3D imaging of shark embryos reveals evolution of pelvic fins

3D imaging of shark embryos reveals evolution of pelvic fins

Gaining better insights into the origins of jaws by DNA sequence

Gaining better insights into the origins of jaws by DNA sequence

A gene’s function in embryonic development

A gene’s function in embryonic development

Low protein synthesis in humans causes rare intestinal disease

Low protein synthesis in humans causes rare intestinal disease

New guidelines to generate high-quality, well-structured organoids

New guidelines to generate high-quality, well-structured organoids

Scientists uncover the robust mechanism used by insects

Scientists uncover the robust mechanism used by insects

Novel method maps all gene expression patterns to a single reference embryo

Novel method maps all gene expression patterns to a single reference embryo

Parents transmit genetic and epigenetic information to their offspring

Parents transmit genetic and epigenetic information to their offspring

Researchers get a complete atlas of zebrafish genetic data for biomedical research

Researchers get a complete atlas of zebrafish genetic data for biomedical research

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