PGES

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AcronymDefinition
PGESPleasant Grove Elementary School (Stockbridge, Georgia)
PGESProgram in Genomics, Ethics and Society (Stanford University; California)
PGESParliamentary Group for Energy Studies (London, England, UK)
PGESPerception and Guidance Embedded Systems (France)
PGESPark Glen Elementary School (Fort Worth, TX)
PGESParthenogenetic Embryonic Stem Cell (biology)
PGESPiney Grove Elementary School (Kernersville, NC)
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Activation of paternally expressed imprinted genes in newly derived germline-competent mouse parthenogenetic embryonic stem cell lines.
Mao et al., "Transplantation of parthenogenetic embryonic stem cells ameliorates cardiac dysfunction and remodelling after myocardial infarction," Cardiovascular Research, vol.
Allen et al., A Functional Analysis of Imprinting in Parthenogenetic Embryonic Stem Cells, 120 DEV.
Allen, N.D., et al., A Functional Analysis of Imprinting in Parthenogenetic Embryonic Stem Cells, 120 DEVELOPMENT 1473 (1994).
Mouse and monkey parthenogenetic embryonic stem cells (PESCs) had been established respectively (Allen et al., 1994; Cibelli et al., 2002; Vrana et al., 2003).
Isolation of porcine parthenogenetic embryonic stem cells