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*  Embryoid body
ESCs are the subject of much public debate due to the ethical questions arising from the derivation from blastocyst-stage of ... Doetschman, T. C.; Eistetter, H.; Katz, M.; Schmidt, W.; Kemler, R. (1985). "The in vitro development of blastocyst-derived ... The pluripotent cell types that comprise embryoid bodies include embryonic stem cells (ESCs) derived from the blastocyst stage ... For example, immediately after the blastocyst stage of development (from which ESCs are derived), the embryo undergoes ...
*  Amniotic sac
As the implantation of the blastocyst progresses, a small space appears in the embryoblast, which is the primordium of the ...
*  Secretomics
For example, one study was able to develop secretome fingerprints for many blastocysts and found 9 proteins that could ... distinguish between blastocysts with normal and abnormal numbers of chromosomes. This type of analysis could help replace ...
*  Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
... and of ES cells into blastocysts for the generation of knockout mice; Molecular Biology Resource Facility, for protein and ...
*  Telomerase reverse transcriptase
... iPS cells have the ability to self-renew indefinitely and contribute to all three germ layers when implanted into a blastocyst ...
*  Mesenchyme
These migrate from the body of the blastocyst into the endometrial layer of the uterus in order to contribute to the formation ...
*  Luteolysis
Alternatively if no implantation of a blastocyst occurs, the corpus luteum is degraded to a corpus albicans (scar tissue) by ...
*  Cell potency
... and one epiblast cell is able to contribute to all cell lineages if injected into another blastocyst. On the other hand, ... the totipotent cells of the morula differentiate into cells that will eventually become either the blastocyst's Inner cell mass ... is that post-implantation epiblast stem cells are unable to contribute to blastocyst chimeras, which distinguishes them from ...
*  Dolly (sheep)
The hybrid cell is then stimulated to divide by an electric shock, and when it develops into a blastocyst it is implanted in a ...
*  Spotted skunk
Post copulation the zygotes are subject to normal cleavage but stop at the blastocyst stage, where they can remain in the ...
*  DNA methylation
By contrast, DNA methylation is dispensable in undifferentiated cell types, such as the inner cell mass of the blastocyst, ...
*  Brown fur seal
However, there is a delay in the implantation of the blastocyst, which lasts four months in the African subspecies and three ...
*  Sudan (rhinoceros)
... attempts at in vitro fertilization of eggs from Najin and Fatu with semen from Sudan and to implant the resulting blastocysts ...
*  USP9X
Depletion of USP9X from two-cell mouse embryos halts blastocyst development and results in slower blastomere cleavage rate, ...
*  Cingulin
Furthermore, the synthesis of cingulin in early mouse embryos is tissue-specific and it occurs in blastocyst (up-regulated in ...
*  Germinal choice technology
This could be done through genetic screening of blastocysts (early embryos), or through germline engineering, which refers to ... human genetic engineering used to alter genes in the first cells of the blastocyst. Germline engineering changes the genes in a ...
*  Suleman octuplets
Kamrava transferred twelve fresh blastocysts into Suleman at her request. The mother's health and gestational status were ...
*  John Buster
Specifically, the group developed a simple office procedure in which blastocyst, which had been deliberately created from in ... as a means to transfer human blastocysts from fertile woman donors to ovulating or agonadal infertile recipient women. ...
*  TEAD4
... it was later shown that functional trophectoderm can be produced leading to formation of blastocysts under in vitro conditions ... showed that TEAD4 is essential for the formation of blastocysts during preimplantation embryo development. Although it was ...
*  Embryonic diapause
In embryonic diapause, the embryo (blastocyst) does not immediately implant in the uterus after sexual reproduction has created ... While much of the molecular regulation involved in activating dormant blastocysts has been characterized, little is still known ... about entry into diapause, and the conditions which enable a blastocyst to remain dormant. Some mammals that undergo embryonic ...
*  Interspecific pregnancy
Such envelopment can be created by first isolating the inner cell mass of blastocysts of the species to be reproduced by ... immunosurgery, wherein the blastocyst is exposed to antibodies toward that species. Because only the outer layer, that is, the ...
*  Mosaic (genetics)
... of blastocyst-stage embryos derived from in vitro fertilization.[2] Genetic mosaicism can result from many different mechanisms ...
*  Wolverine
Mating season is in the summer, but the actual implantation of the embryo (blastocyst) in the uterus is stayed until early ...
*  Developmental toxicity
... cleavage and cavitaion to form the blastocyst which gets implanted. Toxicant exposure at this stage usually prevents ...
*  Fbx15
... from two-cell to blastocyst stages), and testis tissue. There is an enhancer site upstream of the Fbx15-encoding transcription ...