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1946 6
1947 2
1948 3
1949 6
1950 7
1951 3
1952 3
1953 4
1954 9
1955 4
1956 5
1957 11
1958 6
1959 9
1960 17
1961 13
1962 20
1963 29
1964 40
1965 22
1966 4
1967 29
1968 37
1969 34
1970 37
1971 45
1972 48
1973 52
1974 104
1975 114
1976 115
1977 91
1978 108
1979 106
1980 143
1981 168
1982 165
1983 143
1984 140
1985 169
1986 169
1987 186
1988 212
1989 260
1990 262
1991 278
1992 280
1993 381
1994 314
1995 326
1996 308
1997 345
1998 332
1999 307
2000 359
2001 368
2002 407
2003 445
2004 520
2005 557
2006 534
2007 539
2008 562
2009 501
2010 540
2011 632
2012 624
2013 670
2014 699
2015 761
2016 729
2017 681
2018 652
2019 286
2020 2
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Mechanics of blastocyst morphogenesis.
Maître JL. Biol Cell 2017 - Review. PMID 28681376
During pre-implantation development, the mammalian zygote transforms into the blastocyst, the structure that will implant the embryo in the maternal uterus. ...Here, I review the recent studies, which, for the first time, informed us on the mechanics of blastocyst morphogenesis....
During pre-implantation development, the mammalian zygote transforms into the blastocyst, the structure that will implant the embryo …
The mammalian blastocyst.
Frankenberg SR, et al. Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 26799266
The principal drivers in blastocyst evolution were loss of yolk coupled with evolution of the placenta. An important outcome of blastocyst development is differentiation of two extraembryonic lineages (trophoblast and hypoblast) that contribute to the placenta. While in many species trophoblast segregation is often coupled with blastocyst formation, in marsupials and at least some Afrotherians, these events do not coincide. ...
The principal drivers in blastocyst evolution were loss of yolk coupled with evolution of the placenta. An important outcome of bl
Integrated analysis of single-cell embryo data yields a unified transcriptome signature for the human pre-implantation epiblast
Stirparo GG, et al. Development 2018. PMID 29361568 Free PMC article.
We resolve post-hoc cell-type assignment in the blastocyst, and define robust transcriptional prototypes that capture epiblast and primitive endoderm lineages. ...
We resolve post-hoc cell-type assignment in the blastocyst, and define robust transcriptional prototypes that capture epiblast and pr …
The blastocyst.
Plachot M. Hum Reprod 2000 - Review. PMID 11262793
Timing of developmental events in the early mouse embryo
Kojima Y, et al. Semin Cell Dev Biol 2014 - Review. PMID 24954643
These phenomenological studies revealed that the timing of preimplantation events, such as compaction, formation of blastocyst cavity and lineage allocation is correlated with the rounds of cleavage division or DNA replication of the blastomeres. ...
These phenomenological studies revealed that the timing of preimplantation events, such as compaction, formation of blastocyst cavity …
Blastocyst transfer.
Gardner DK and Lane M. Clin Obstet Gynecol 2003 - Review. PMID 12808377
The blastocyst.
Hardarson T, et al. Hum Reprod 2012. PMID 22763375
Automatic Identification of Human Blastocyst Components via Texture.
Saeedi P, et al. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 2017. PMID 28991729
This paper is tested on a set of 211 blastocyst images. We report an accuracy of 86.6% for identification of TE and 91.3% for ICM....
This paper is tested on a set of 211 blastocyst images. We report an accuracy of 86.6% for identification of TE and 91.3% for ICM....
Genetic Analysis of Human Preimplantation Embryos
Garcia-Herrero S, et al. Curr Top Dev Biol 2016 - Review. PMID 27475859
In normal conditions, after fertilization the embryo grows until reaching blastocyst stage. The blastocyst grows as the cells divide and the cavity expands, until it arrives at the uterus, where it "hatches" from the zona pellucida to implant into the uterine wall. ...
In normal conditions, after fertilization the embryo grows until reaching blastocyst stage. The blastocyst grows as the cells …
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