Scientists use stem cells to create synthetic mouse embryos | Agriculture

The scientists created “synthetic” mouse embryos from stem cells without the father’s sperm or the mother’s egg or uterus.

Lab-created embryos mirror a natural mouse embryo up to 8.5 days after fertilization, containing the same structures, including one like a beating heart.

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