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Brigham and Women's Hospital

Healthy Eggs Compared to Eggs Exposed to BPA

Caption: Images of eggs examined in this study show a properly formed spindle structure with aligned chromosomes (image A) and eggs with spindles of various abnormal shapes and misaligned chromosomes after being exposed to BPA (images B, C, D and E). The green images on the left are the eggs' spindle, the red center images are the eggs' chromosomes and the images on the right show the spindles and chromosomes merged together.

Credit: Brigham and Women's Hospital

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