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What metabolically happens when an egg fuses with the nucleus of a somatic cell
In stem cell biology, it is recognized that embryonic stem cells are transcriptionally inactive for the first 3 days of development. However, during somatic cell nuclear transfer, the nucleus is ...
May 28 '12 at 23:28
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