E L Noelke

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After removal of the nasal or the temporal two-thirds of the embryonic (stage 32) eye, the remaining one-third sized fragment undergoes wound healing and then, in most cases, regenerates to form a new eye. Using gross anatomy and histology techniques, we categorized eye fragments into three healing mode categories over the first 24 hr after surgery (stage(More)
We examined relationships between healing observed during embryonic Xenopus retinal and optic nerve regeneration and resultant visuotectal pattern formation. Dorsal (D) and nasoventral (NV) 1/3 sized eye fragments were surgically created in stage 32 Xenopus laevis embryos. Gross anatomical healing modes of these fragments were examined 2 days post-surgery(More)
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