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This year, a team led by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem finally produced haploid human embryonic stem cells by forcing unfertilized egg cells to divide.
By rapidly screening many of them, the researchers could isolate cells that stayed haploid after division — about 1 in 1,000.
In 2001, Dr. Gianpiero Palermo of the Weill Medical College at Cornell University in New York announced that his team created artificially haploid eggs by borrowing techniques from cloning.
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Origin and Etymology of haploid
International Scientific Vocabulary, from Greek haploeidēs single, from haploos
First Known Use: 1908See Words from the same year
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