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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.
Sperm packaging proteins may hold key to male infertility

Sperm packaging proteins may hold key to male infertility

Two new compounds can block cancer cell’s escape route

Two new compounds can block cancer cell’s escape route

Researchers create "synthetic embryos" from bovine pluripotent stem cells

Researchers create "synthetic embryos" from bovine pluripotent stem cells

Epigenetic formatting of satiety gene may increase risk of obesity in women

Epigenetic formatting of satiety gene may increase risk of obesity in women

Study reveals molecular mechanisms of H. pylori-induced gastric carcinogenesis

Study reveals molecular mechanisms of H. pylori-induced gastric carcinogenesis

Scientists identify signal essential for blood-brain barrier formation

Scientists identify signal essential for blood-brain barrier formation

Season and sunshine hours may affect live birth rates after IVF

Season and sunshine hours may affect live birth rates after IVF

BU study reveals crucial signaling pathway that drives head and neck cancers

BU study reveals crucial signaling pathway that drives head and neck cancers

Alternative splicing in neurodegenerative disease and the promise of RNA-based therapeutic strategies

Alternative splicing in neurodegenerative disease and the promise of RNA-based therapeutic strategies

RNA plays a role in regulating cell fate in the early mouse embryo

RNA plays a role in regulating cell fate in the early mouse embryo

Obesity strikes below the belt: Study reveals link between obesity and male infertility

Obesity strikes below the belt: Study reveals link between obesity and male infertility

AI-based software poses a paradigm shift in the study of pathological processes

AI-based software poses a paradigm shift in the study of pathological processes

Experts urge increased attention to the threat of climate change and pollution on children's health

Experts urge increased attention to the threat of climate change and pollution on children's health

New technique generates highest-resolution maps of the 3D genome

New technique generates highest-resolution maps of the 3D genome

High-resolution atlas illustrates the development of human retina

High-resolution atlas illustrates the development of human retina

Rice University lab receives $1.9 million grant to model human ectodermal development

Rice University lab receives $1.9 million grant to model human ectodermal development

Mother-child microbiota bond: Transmission shapes future health and development

Mother-child microbiota bond: Transmission shapes future health and development

IOB researchers identify an active multi-layer embryonic brain circuit

IOB researchers identify an active multi-layer embryonic brain circuit

Uncovering the connection between the microbiome and aging

Uncovering the connection between the microbiome and aging

Discovery could pave the way for new approaches to treating chronic respiratory diseases

Discovery could pave the way for new approaches to treating chronic respiratory diseases

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