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We are a small group of scientists working on human neural crest stem cells and their differentiated progeny in the head and neck region. Like Russian dolls, our group is part of [http://www.necker.fr/irnem/membres_equipes.asp?id=135 a larger team] interested in the genetic bases of congenital diseases and malformations. This team is part of the [http://www.necker.fr/irnem/detail_unites.asp?ID=8 research unit 781], dedicated to "Genetics and Epigenetics of Neurometabolic Diseases and Birth Defects". Finally, we are all part of the Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale ([http://www.inserm.fr/en/home.html INSERM]).
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We are a small group of scientists working on human neural crest stem cells and their differentiated progeny in the head and neck region. Read all about it, and us, using the links above.
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Like nested dolls, our group is part of [http://www.necker.fr/irnem/membres_equipes.asp?id=135 a larger team] interested in the genetic bases of congenital diseases and malformations.  
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This team is part of the [http://www.necker.fr/irnem/detail_unites.asp?ID=8 research unit 781], dedicated to "Genetics and Epigenetics of Neurometabolic Diseases and Birth Defects".  
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Finally, we are all part of the Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale ([http://www.inserm.fr/en/home.html INSERM]).

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Embryological bases of congenital malformations

We are a small group of scientists working on human neural crest stem cells and their differentiated progeny in the head and neck region. Read all about it, and us, using the links above.

Like nested dolls, our group is part of a larger team interested in the genetic bases of congenital diseases and malformations.

This team is part of the research unit 781, dedicated to "Genetics and Epigenetics of Neurometabolic Diseases and Birth Defects".

Finally, we are all part of the Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM).

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