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In a publication today in the journal Nature, the Israeli team describes a series of experiments in which they added toxins, dyes, viruses, and human cells to the developing embryonic mice, all to study what would occur.
The action would come at a time when scientists are making remarkable progress in growing embryonic cells and watching them develop.
Before Dolly, most scientists doubted that a mammal could be cloned from an adult cell, although some cases of cloning from embryonic cells had been reported.
Throughout the 1980s, narratives in video games were still in an embryonic stage.
When I was Le Douarin’s student and then later as a post-doc in Richard Axel’s lab , I thought I was exploring scientific topics relating to embryonic development and sensory detection.
In her laboratory, she was asking about the respective roles of genetic preprogramming and environmental influence in embryonic development.
The strong probability is that this gland belongs in the same category with other embryonic survivals yet to be pointed out.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
When an embryonic heart or liver is called on to do a job for a mature organism, there is only one way out.
A FEAST OF DEMONSWILLIAM MORRISON
The entire activity of this embryonic female reduces itself to this gesture; the greater part of her great sisters know no other.
The embryonic development of a human being is no different from the embryonic development of any other animal.
COMMUNISM AND CHRISTIANISMWILLIAM MONTGOMERY BROWN

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