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Science  06 Jan 2006:
Vol. 311, Issue 5757, pp. 23-24
DOI: 10.1126/science.311.5757.23

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    Although much attention has been paid on the photographs of blastocysts (Figure 1) and on DNA fingerprints (Figure 2), it is perhaps notable that during the editorial process, a fairly obvious error in Figure 3 of the Hwang et al. paper (10.1126/science.1112286) has probably been overlooked. Although the figure caption states that panels (A) to (R) are photographs at x100 magnification, while panels (S) to (Y) are at x200...

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