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  • n. Plural form of embryologist.


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  • He trained a generation of leading human embryologists, founded the field's first professional society and began a series of journals to spread its research findings.

    Robert G. Edwards Wins Nobel Prize for Medicine

  • Yes, we do have to pay the doctors, embryologists and hospitals for the IVF services but could that be counted as commercialisation and commodification?

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Other health care professionals in a fertility clinic—including embryologists, andrologists, reproductive nurses, genetic counselors, and psychologists—also care for patients.

    A Baby at Last!

  • But both geneticists and embryologists failed to answer the key question: what caused mitosis to turn so abruptly from such an exquisitely regulated process to chaos?

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Furthermore, before a straw can be removed, two embryologists must examine the straw, compare it with a patient chart, and sign off on the removal.9


  • As I mentioned earlier, embryologists have abandoned the theory of embryological recapitulation.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • We don't organize campaigns to force academic institutions that train meteorologists or embryologists to offer the theological alternative of God's role.

    Review of The Lost World Of Genesis One, Part Sixteen

  • But the field of reproductive medicine with thousands of embryologists and nurses and physicians, having made great strides in minimizing the risks of multiple pregnancy, have this as a cloud over their heads.

    CNN Transcript Feb 9, 2009

  • As a consequence, procedures of classical genetics were soon integrated with the panoply of methods that embryologists had developed since the end of the nineteenth to “track” development.


  • Rather than just putting an egg into a petri dish with thousands of sperm and hoping for a match, embryologists can inject a single sperm directly into the egg.

    The Curious Lives of Surrogates


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