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1. General Term: Blastocyst
Blastocyst A preimplantation embryo of 30-150 cells. Contains a layer of specialized cells is made up of trophoblasts, which attach to the uterine wall and form the placenta. Inside the trophoblast layer is the inner cell mass.
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2. Genetics Topic: In God's Garden: Creation and Cloning in Jewish Thought
Genetics Glossary: Blastocyst , Cell-Lines , Chimera , Cloning, Cytoplasm , DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm , Metaphase
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3. Genetics Topic: Much Ado About Mutton: An Ethical Review of the Cloning ...
Genetics Glossary: Blastocyst , Cell-Lines , Chimera , Cloning, Cytoplasm , DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm , Metaphase
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4. Genetics Topic: A Jewish Perspective on Cloning and Other Techniques to Over...
Genetics Glossary: Blastocyst , Cell-Lines , Chimera , Cloning, Cytoplasm , DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm , Metaphase
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5. Genetics Topic: Genetics, the Market, and Policy
Genetics Glossary: Blastocyst , Cell-Lines , Chimera , Cloning , Cytoplasm , DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm , Metaphase
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6. Genetics Topic: Robert Song
to Genetics Glossary: Blastocyst , Cell-Lines , Chimera , Cloning , Cytoplasm , DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm ,
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7. Genetics Topic: Interreligious Panel Discussion
Genetics Glossary: Blastocyst , Cell-Lines , Chimera , Cloning , Cytoplasm , DNA , Differentiated Cells , Ectoderm , Enucleation , Exogenous Virus , Gamete , Genome , Genotype , HARTs , In Vitro , In Vivo , Intron , Mesoderm , Metaphase
http://www.counterbalance.org/iftm/irelpanel-body.html - 4.2kb

8. Stem Cell Topic: Stem Cells: What Are They?
then nurtures it to the blastocyst stage, about four to six days. He then removes the trophectoderm, the outer shell, thereby exposing the inner cell mass. He separates the cells and places them on a feeder tray and cultures them. Each cell
http://www.counterbalance.org/stemtp/stemc-body.html - 7.8kb

9. Stem Cell Topic: Question: What is the Embryonic Status of Totipotent and Pl...
the same. When using the blastocyst as source, the trophechtoderm is removed; and this denies to the internal hES cells access to what is necessary for implantation. What distinguishes the pluripotent stem cells is their loss of the
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10. Stem Cell Topic: What are the New Discoveries?
cultured them to the blastocyst stage, about four to six days. At this point he removed the outer shell of the blastocyst, separated out the individual cells, and placed them on a feeder tray. The cells divided. They reproduced themselves.
http://www.counterbalance.org/stemtp/areth-body.html - 4.6kb

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