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The lack of genital ridge vascularization in the early chick embryo: Implications in the migration of the primordial germ cells
It is known that chick primordial germ cells (PGCs) in early embryonic development migrate via the blood vascular system to colonize the gonadal anlagen. Classically, two factors have been involvedExpand
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Development and degeneration of the arterial system in the mesonephros and metanephros of chicken embryos
Background: The general morphology of the mesonephric and metanephric arteries in chicken embryos has already been described previously. Moreover, the general basis of glomerulogenesis has also beenExpand
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Developmental toxicity in rat fetuses exposed to the benzimidazole netobimin.
Netobimin (NTB) is a prodrug of albendazole (ABZ) and is used as a broad-spectrum anthelmintic both in human and veterinary medicine. Pregnant Sprague-Dawley rats were treated po with 50, 59.5 andExpand
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Angiogenesis in the gonadal capillary network of the chick embryo.
Seventy-one chick embryos of both sexes at the 35 Hamburger and Hamilton (H-H) developmental stage were processed for scanning electron microscopy of vascular corrosion casts and of critical pointExpand
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Injection technique and scanning electron microscopic study of the arterial pattern of the 20 gestation days (G20) rat fetus
A technique to obtain microvascular corrosion casts of the G20 rat fetus and the normal pattern of the main arteries of the G20 rat fetus are described. The casts were studied by means of scanningExpand
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Coxofemoral luxations in cats
In a retrospective study, 79 untreated luxations of the coxofemoral joint in cats were recorded over a 12-year period. Twenty-nine of these cases were available for follow-up, of which 13 wereExpand
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Vascular architecture of the lactating and non-lactating teat of the bitch: a scanning electron- and light microscope study.
Tissues from fourteen mammary glands of eight bitches were prepared for scanning electron microscopy of vascular corrosion casts and for histology to study the vasculature of the lactating andExpand
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Study of the distribution of albendazole-sulphoxide (ABZ-SO) in fertilized egg compartments.
In order to use the chicken embryo in teratogenic studies, it is necessary to know the internal volume in which a xenobiotic distributes. The inoculation of a xenobiotic in one of the compartments ofExpand
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Effect of the acidosis on the degenerating mesonephric vascular system of the chick embryos.
The mesonephros of the chick embryo is a temporary organ that offersthe possibility to study both vascular growth and degeneration in the same modei under physiological conditions. We know fromExpand
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