The absence of a Ca2+ signal during mouse egg activation can affect parthenogenetic preimplantation development, gene expression patterns, and blastocyst quality

N. T. Rogers, G. Halet, Y. Piao, J. Carroll, M. S.H. Ko, K. Swann

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