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Blastomere Isolation

This is early morula stage still enclosed by the zona pellucida.

  • A single blastomere cell is being drawn into the pipette (right) from the solid cellular mass.
  • A second larger pipette (left) holds the morula in place.

One of the new methods for generating embryonic stem cells (ESCs) involves using a single blastomere.

Reference

Leslie M. (2006). The action behind the words: embryonic stem cell research marches on. J. Cell Biol. , 174, 743-6. PMID: 16966416 DOI.

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