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Researchers from China and the US present a Cell study highlighting the genomic information that can be obtained for individual human eggs. The team collected oocytes from eight healthy Asian women and injected them with sperm, before using micromanipulation to isolate female pronuclei and polar bodies from the fertilized oocytes.

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