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Investigation of the gene \kur{Dynactin 2 (Dctn2)} in regulating the frequency of asymmetric cell divisions during mouse preimplantation embryonic development, required to generate inner cells and drive successful cell lineage segregation and successful development – Bc. Michaela KUBÍČKOVÁ

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Bc. Michaela KUBÍČKOVÁ

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Investigation of the gene \kur{Dynactin 2 (Dctn2)} in regulating the frequency of asymmetric cell divisions during mouse preimplantation embryonic development, required to generate inner cells and drive successful cell lineage segregation and successful development

Abstract: The aim of his study was to investigate the role of Dctn2 in mouse preimplantation embryonic development, specifically its effect on the first cell fate decision, when the number of cells increases from eight to sixteen.

Abstract: The aim of his study was to investigate the role of Dctn2 in mouse preimplantation embryonic development, specifically its effect on the first cell fate decision, when the number of cells increases from eight to sixteen.

Keywords: mouse preimplantation embryonic development, dynactin subunit 2

Language used: English

  • Date on which the thesis was submitted / produced: 17. 4. 2018

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  • Supervisor: Dr. Alexander William Bruce, Ph.D.

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KUBÍČKOVÁ, Michaela. Investigation of the gene \kur{Dynactin 2 (Dctn2)} in regulating the frequency of asymmetric cell divisions during mouse preimplantation embryonic development, required to generate inner cells and drive successful cell lineage segregation and successful development. Č. Budějovice, 2018. diplomová práce (Mgr.). JIHOČESKÁ UNIVERZITA V ČESKÝCH BUDĚJOVICÍCH. Přírodovědecká fakulta


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