Talk:Development Group Meeting 2017 - Digital Embryology Consortium

From Embryology

Human Embryo Stages
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While many universities hold collections of embryos from many species, very few have well-characterised collections of embryos showing human development. Many of those that are available are historic in nature, consist of histological sections, some with limited information about the embryo history.

There are groups now taking advantage of new imaging techniques to either re-evaluate these historic collections, or analysing new embryonic material. Some of these new databases are being made available online for research purposes.

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