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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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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

Stem Cell News - Front page

 
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Cambridge Stem Cell News - Spring Summer 2018

 
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Establishing the Molecular Blueprint of Early Embryo Development

Feb 20, 2019

A pioneering group of biologists, physicists and mathematical modellers in Cambridge have studied the genetic activity of over 100,000 embryonic cells to establish the molecular blueprint of mouse early embryo development.

Stem Cell Research Hits the Road

Feb 04, 2019

Two PhD students from the Wellcome – MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute are embarking on a 6000km journey in a customised Renault 4L to support children and schools in Morocco, and to raise awareness of stem cell research at a global scale.

From eye drops to potential leukaemia treatment

Dec 19, 2018

An active ingredient in eye drops that were being developed for the treatment of a form of eye disease has shown promise for treating an aggressive form of blood cancer.

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