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The womb is the small, hollow, pear-shaped organ in a woman's pelvis. This is the organ in which a baby grows. Also called uterus.
New Insights into Human Embryonic Development Using Stem Cell Models

New Insights into Human Embryonic Development Using Stem Cell Models

Unlocking the Secrets of Childhood Cancer Genetics

Unlocking the Secrets of Childhood Cancer Genetics

Ancient Gene Holds Key to Mammalian Gliding

Ancient Gene Holds Key to Mammalian Gliding

Embryonic Cells Pressed into Organizers: Mechanism Unveiled

Embryonic Cells Pressed into Organizers: Mechanism Unveiled

Unlocking RNA Secrets: New Method Exposes Gene Expression's Hidden Hurdles

Unlocking RNA Secrets: New Method Exposes Gene Expression's Hidden Hurdles

The Enigma of Great White Shark Births Unraveled

The Enigma of Great White Shark Births Unraveled

LJI Researchers Identify Late-Rising T Cells Crucial for CMV Control

LJI Researchers Identify Late-Rising T Cells Crucial for CMV Control

‘Mini-Placentas’ Help Scientists Study the Causes of Pre-eclampsia and Pregnancy Disorders

‘Mini-Placentas’ Help Scientists Study the Causes of Pre-eclampsia and Pregnancy Disorders

A Pair of Force-Activated Gene Regulating Proteins Guide Fetal Bone Development

A Pair of Force-Activated Gene Regulating Proteins Guide Fetal Bone Development

How 3D DNA Architecture Shapes Cell Fate in Early Embryos

How 3D DNA Architecture Shapes Cell Fate in Early Embryos

NEUROG3 Gene Plays Key Role in Pancreas Development

NEUROG3 Gene Plays Key Role in Pancreas Development

Mapping Immune Microenvironments in Human Placenta

Mapping Immune Microenvironments in Human Placenta

Cells with “Jumping Genes” Self-Destruct in the Early Stages of Development

Cells with “Jumping Genes” Self-Destruct in the Early Stages of Development

Scientists Discover New Embryonic Cell Type that Self-Destructs to Protect the Developing Embryo

Scientists Discover New Embryonic Cell Type that Self-Destructs to Protect the Developing Embryo

Breeding Bacteria-Free Salmon Fry

Breeding Bacteria-Free Salmon Fry

Key Hox genes control stem cells involved in bone formation and repair

Key Hox genes control stem cells involved in bone formation and repair

Genetic variants that increase the risk of ADHD identified

Genetic variants that increase the risk of ADHD identified

Protein-rich droplets in cells linked to many unresolved diseases

Protein-rich droplets in cells linked to many unresolved diseases

Effective anticancer strategy for selective killing of cancer cells

Effective anticancer strategy for selective killing of cancer cells

Brain cells with the same birthdate display distinct connectivity

Brain cells with the same birthdate display distinct connectivity

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