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Embryonic stem cells are derived from the inner cell mass of a mammalian blastocyst stage embryo. The inner cell mass normally gives rise to the entire embryo. If removed from the embryo, however, they can be cultured indefinitely as embryonic stem cells. ESCs can be derived from any mouse strain to provide researchers with ESCs containing the genetic change present in the parental strain.
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