How to grow a spine

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A genetics professor — whose lab discovered the segmentation clock 20 years ago — and colleagues report that they used mouse cells to reconstitute a stable version of this clockwork for the first time in a petri dish, leading to several new discoveries about where the clock is located, what makes it tick and how the vertebral column takes shape.

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