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any cell resulting from cleavage of a fertilized egg

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05) and increased the percentage of blastomeres undergoing apoptosis (all p [less than or equal] 0.
Four-Cell Stage Mouse Blastomeres Have Different Developmental Properties," Development 132(3): 479-91; B.
2004) reported that antioxidants improved the embryonic development by decreasing the apoptosis in blastomeres.
Cloning by blastomere separation or blastocyst splitting without transfer in research to increase the viability and developmental potential of embryos in general.
In addition, while it is unlikely that the separated blastomeres have the capacity to develop into humans, it has not been shown to be impossible.
separated cells or blastomeres from seventeen two- to eight-celled preembryos and showed that, to a limited extent, they would divide and grow in culture.
Model effect of the treatments on the cell number of ICM, TE and total blastomeres and the ratio of ICM to TE, which was indicated as a p value, was 0.
However, as shown in Figure 2, the embryos expressed GFP from all blastomeres comprising the embryos were also observed.
Gender determination in single bovine blastomeres by polymerase chain reaction amplification of sex-specific lymorphic fragments in the amelogenin gene.
Biopsy of preimplantation mouse embryos: development of micro-manipulated embryos and proliferation of single blastomeres in vitro.
Embryos with fragmented or disaggregated blastomeres were categorized as degenerated embryos.
The embryos were the same size as the original zygotes or slightly larger, depending on the axis of the blastomeres, which caused some variability in measurements.
embryonic blastomeres, embryonic stem cells, cumulus cells, fetal fibroblasts, and adult fibroblasts) influence the preimplantation competence of murine SCNT embryos to develop to the blastocyst stage (Wakayama and Yanagimachi, 2001).
This ensures the cleavage of 2 equal blastomeres in the first cell cycle.