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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.
Yale researchers identify accelerated genetic aging in breast tissue adjacent to tumors

Yale researchers identify accelerated genetic aging in breast tissue adjacent to tumors

Non-hormonal male contraceptive effectively prevents pregnancy in mice

Non-hormonal male contraceptive effectively prevents pregnancy in mice

BGI discovery could pave the way for advances in organ regeneration and synthetic biology

BGI discovery could pave the way for advances in organ regeneration and synthetic biology

Yale researchers uncover how to control the blood-brain barrier with a molecule

Yale researchers uncover how to control the blood-brain barrier with a molecule

Scientists map key molecular changes during mouse embryogenesis

Scientists map key molecular changes during mouse embryogenesis

Intestinal cells can change specializations during their lives, finds study

Intestinal cells can change specializations during their lives, finds study

Periconceptional maternal smoking associated with delay in embryonic development

Periconceptional maternal smoking associated with delay in embryonic development

Zebrafish model reveals how early embryo cells begin to independently produce proteins

Zebrafish model reveals how early embryo cells begin to independently produce proteins

Researchers develop 3D human spinal cord implants for treating paralyzed patients

Researchers develop 3D human spinal cord implants for treating paralyzed patients

Researchers identify genetic cause of rare interstitial lung disease in a young child

Researchers identify genetic cause of rare interstitial lung disease in a young child

Exploring the relationship between stem cells and COVID-19

Exploring the relationship between stem cells and COVID-19

Scientists discover a division of labor between genetic switches

Scientists discover a division of labor between genetic switches

Flawed genetic switches could be at the origin of malformations or developmental diseases

Flawed genetic switches could be at the origin of malformations or developmental diseases

Study provides better understanding of the degenerative underpinnings of Parkinson’s disease

Study provides better understanding of the degenerative underpinnings of Parkinson’s disease

Researchers shed light on an important stage of early human embryogenesis for the first time

Researchers shed light on an important stage of early human embryogenesis for the first time

Study discovers new role of Hox genes in adulthood

Study discovers new role of Hox genes in adulthood

GPR126 gene may play an essential role in placental development, study reveals

GPR126 gene may play an essential role in placental development, study reveals

Neurons needed for brain connections unfold at different speeds

Neurons needed for brain connections unfold at different speeds

Scientists uncover key genetic networks governing human embryonic stem cell behavior

Scientists uncover key genetic networks governing human embryonic stem cell behavior

Study highlights the critical role of junk DNA in mammalian development

Study highlights the critical role of junk DNA in mammalian development

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