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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.
Differentiation protocol can develop safe and efficient pluripotent stem cell-based therapies for AMD

Differentiation protocol can develop safe and efficient pluripotent stem cell-based therapies for AMD

'Traffic calming' helps coral reef fish to breed more successfully

'Traffic calming' helps coral reef fish to breed more successfully

Researchers develop primitive endoderm stem cells in mice

Researchers develop primitive endoderm stem cells in mice

Research sheds light on new options for organ cultivation in vitro

Research sheds light on new options for organ cultivation in vitro

New 3D in vitro model reveals the origins of human spine

New 3D in vitro model reveals the origins of human spine

Researchers shed light on development and treatment of brain diseases

Researchers shed light on development and treatment of brain diseases

Scientists reveal the origins and provide a detailed ID card of pancreatic endocrine stem cells

Scientists reveal the origins and provide a detailed ID card of pancreatic endocrine stem cells

New BGI research lays groundwork for organ regeneration

New BGI research lays groundwork for organ regeneration

ISU researchers receive major funding to go forward on blood stem cells research

ISU researchers receive major funding to go forward on blood stem cells research

Researchers develop an antibody as a tool for opening the blood-brain barrier

Researchers develop an antibody as a tool for opening the blood-brain barrier

New map tracks cellular trajectories across mouse embryogenensis

New map tracks cellular trajectories across mouse embryogenensis

Intestinal cell changes are driven by the BMP signaling pathway, study finds

Intestinal cell changes are driven by the BMP signaling pathway, study finds

Researchers create a regulatory map of zebrafish genome

Researchers create a regulatory map of zebrafish genome

Researchers elucidate how early embryo cells begin to independently produce proteins

Researchers elucidate how early embryo cells begin to independently produce proteins

Scientists examine key mechanisms underlying genomic imprinting

Scientists examine key mechanisms underlying genomic imprinting

Multiple changes in brain cells during embryonic development may contribute to schizophrenia

Multiple changes in brain cells during embryonic development may contribute to schizophrenia

New method to generate embryo-like cell complexes from the stem cells of mice

New method to generate embryo-like cell complexes from the stem cells of mice

Study unravels novel gene vital for establishing proper left-right asymmetry

Study unravels novel gene vital for establishing proper left-right asymmetry

Lack of genetic switch results in malformations during embryonic development

Lack of genetic switch results in malformations during embryonic development

Researchers identify new role of Hox genes in adulthood

Researchers identify new role of Hox genes in adulthood

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