New computer model can help researchers to spot which cells acquire alterations during development

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Scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have developed a computer model -; dubbed quantitative fate mapping -; that looks back in the developmental timeline to trace the origin of cells in a fully grown organism

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