Sarah-Jane O'Connor posted in IVF • reproductive biology • stem cells on October 18th, 2016.
Japanese researchers have successfully produced functional mouse eggs entirely in cell culture using stem cells. Their study, published today in Nature, resulted in healthy and fertile mouse pups. The researchers say being able to grow viable mouse eggs in the lab will provide clues to aid the development of similar systems in other species. More information […]
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