Mice embryos created with no sperm, egg or uterus!

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Scientists from the Weizmann institute in Israel created artificial models of mice embryos from stem cells, that developed outside the uterus. The embryos were not originated from fertilized eggs, which is why they are “artificial”. This could lead to organs and tissues grown from stem cells in the near future which could take medicine many steps forward.

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