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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Any cell resulting from cleavage of a fertilized egg.

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  • If the blastomere is aneuploid, this molecular tool, called "fluorescence in situ hybridization," or FISH, will unmask it.
  • It turns out that our cells have been derived utilizing what we call a blastomere technology which means that we have been able to develop those stem cells without any...
  • I think fewer people would be against blastomere research.
  • The blastomere technology has been reproduced and peer-reviewed on several occasions. for more
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