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Nadine Dobrovolskaïa-Zavadskaïa, 1948. Nadine worked at the Pasteur Laboratory in the 1920s, and In one of the first genetic screens aimed at identifying induced developmental mutants. She isolated and characterized a mutation affecting Brachyury, a gene that regulates tail and axial development in the mouse. Image from <ref><pubmed>11268043 </pubmed></ref>
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Nadezhda Alexandrovna  Dobrovolskaïa-Zavadskaïa, 1948. Nadezhda (meaning ''Hope'') Alexandrovna (meaning ''Good-willed'') was born in Kiev, Ukraine  and very little is known about her early life. She worked at the Pasteur Laboratory in the 1920s, and In one of the first genetic screens aimed at identifying induced developmental mutants. She isolated and characterized a mutation affecting Brachyury, a gene that regulates tail and axial development in the mouse. Image from <ref><pubmed>11268043 </pubmed></ref>
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Nadezhda Alexandrovna Dobrovolskaïa-Zavadskaïa, 1948. Nadezhda (meaning Hope) Alexandrovna (meaning Good-willed) was born in Kiev, Ukraine and very little is known about her early life. She worked at the Pasteur Laboratory in the 1920s, and In one of the first genetic screens aimed at identifying induced developmental mutants. She isolated and characterized a mutation affecting Brachyury, a gene that regulates tail and axial development in the mouse. Image from [1]

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