A synthetic embryo, made without sperm or egg, could lead to infertility treatments


After 10 years of research, scientists created a synthetic mouse embryo that began forming organs without a sperm or egg, according to the study published Thursday in the journal Nature Stem cells are unspecialized cells that can be manipulated into becoming mature cells with special functions. "Our mouse embryo model not only develops a brain, but also a beating heart, all the components that g...

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