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Fish with mutated RAD51 are hypersensitive to DNA damage. This is a typical symptom of Fanconi anemia. Image credit: Jan Botthof

 
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Branching patterns in tissue

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Morphogenesis 1

 
Morphogenesis 1

Simulation of the branching process in 2 dimensions, e.g. in the mammary gland. Red denotes the tips that are still actively proliferating. Credit: Edouard Hannezo

Morphogenesis

Simulation of the branching process in 2 dimensions, e.g. in the mammary gland. Red denotes the tips that are still actively proliferating. Credit: Edouard Hannezo, University of Cambridge

Morphogenesis 2

Simulation of the branching process in 3 dimensions, e.g. in the kidney. Red denotes the tips that are still actively proliferating. In the kidney, ductal termination is accompanied by the appearance of nephrons (the functional unit of the kidney), marked in yellow. Credit: Edouard Hannezo, University of Cambridge

Genome Editing

Edited embryo without OCT4 on the fifth day of development. It does not form a proper blastocyst, showing that OCT4 is needed for blastocyst development. Credit: Kathy Niakan

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Edited embryo without OCT4 on the fifth day of development. It does not form a proper blastocyst, showing that OCT4 is needed for blastocyst development. Credit: Kathy Niakan

 

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