Human-Monkey Chimeras Shed Light on Development
Human-Monkey Chimeras Shed Light on Development
Human stem cells injected into early monkey embryos proliferate and contribute to multiple cell lineages over 20 days of embryonic development.
Human-Monkey Chimeras Shed Light on Development
Human-Monkey Chimeras Shed Light on Development

Human stem cells injected into early monkey embryos proliferate and contribute to multiple cell lineages over 20 days of embryonic development.

Human stem cells injected into early monkey embryos proliferate and contribute to multiple cell lineages over 20 days of embryonic development.

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Human Cortical Organoids Model Neuronal Networks
Human Cortical Organoids Model Neuronal Networks
Abby Olena | Aug 29, 2019
After growing in culture for a few months, the mini-brains produced rhythmic neural activity that strengthened over time.
Image of the Day: Embryoid
Image of the Day: Embryoid
The Scientist Staff | Aug 11, 2017
Using human pluripotent stem cells, scientists engineered an amniotic sac-like structure, potentially useful for uncovering the elusive cellular signals that lead to infertility.