HDBR and HuDSeN Collection

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Introduction

The Human Developmental Biology Resource (HDBR) and the Human Developmental Studies Network (HuDSeN) are a United kingdom based human embryo collection.


Human Developmental Biology Resource

The HDBR is a MRC-Wellcome Trust funded resource to provide human embryological research materials (tissues, cells, slides, RNA, cDNA, DNA, protein) to registered users.

Human Developmental Studies Network

HuDSeN is a new collection from optical projection tomography that links gene expression patterns to a specific set of previously scanned human embryos.


The HuDSeN atlas is based on 12 optical projection tomography (OPT) models covering the range of Carnegie Stage 12 to 23.[1][2][3]

Human embryo tomography Carnegie stage 17.jpg
 ‎‎Stage 17 Embryo
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References

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  2. <pubmed>16154230</pubmed>
  3. <pubmed>20979583</pubmed>

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  • Human Developmental Biology Resource - [HDBR
  • Human Developmental Studies Network - HuDSeN




Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2021, September 19) Embryology HDBR and HuDSeN Collection. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/HDBR_and_HuDSeN_Collection

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