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Revision as of 15:01, 9 April 2016

Consortium Embryo Collections

Distribution of Embryo collections shown on world map (2016)
Embryo Collections

Listed below (alphabetically) are the human embryo collections that are currently contributing to the consortium. Dr Mark Hill, UNSW Australia established and has coordinated the consortium scanning and online content. Prof. Shigehito Yamada has agreed to be the deputy coordinator of the consortium.



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