Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Laboratory Created Eggs

Mice eggs created in the lab (medical innovation) and used to produce offspring.

Scientists have created working mammalian eggs from scratch and used them to produce healthy offspring.

They used stem cells both obtained from embryos and generated from mature cells taken from the tips of mouse tails.

A number of the eggs were eventually fertilised using a standard IVF technique and the resulting embryos produced healthy, fertile offspring. However, the success rate was low [for now...].

Scientists create eggs from scratch that could allow infertile women to have children and solve the mysteries of life

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