A Golgi study on the early sequence of differentiation of ganglion cells in the chick embryo retina

@article{Prada1981AGS,
  title={A Golgi study on the early sequence of differentiation of ganglion cells in the chick embryo retina},
  author={Carmen Prada and Luis Puelles and Jos{\'e} M. G{\'e}nis-G{\'a}lvez},
  journal={Anatomy and Embryology},
  year={1981},
  volume={161},
  pages={305-317}
}
An examination of retinal structure in chick embryos, impregnated with the Golgi-Stensaas method between 2 and 6 days of incubation, discloses, on the one hand, a uniform typology of the proliferating ventricular cells, the pre- and postmitotic forms of which were tentatively identified; on the other hand, postmitotic neuroblasts are evidenced in the stages of differentiation previous to the growth of their neurites. In the earliest embryos (up to 51/2 days of incubation), all cells that detach… CONTINUE READING