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Research gives new insight into formation of the human embryo – Phys.org

Pioneering research led by experts from the University of Exeter’s Living Systems Institute has provided new insight into formation of the human embryo.

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Pioneering research led by experts from the University of Exeter’s Living Systems Institute has provided new insight into formation of the human embryo.
The team of researchers discovered an unique regenerative property of cells in the early human embryo.
The first tissue to form in the embryo of mammals is the trophectoderm, which goes on to connect with the uterus and make the placenta. Previous research in mice found that trophectoderm is only made once.
In the new study, however, the research…

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