• Medicine
  • Published in Early human development 1993

Cellular composition of the telencephalic wall in human embryos.

@article{Zeevi1993CellularCO,
  title={Cellular composition of the telencephalic wall in human embryos.},
  author={Nenad Ze{\vc}evi{\'c}},
  journal={Early human development},
  year={1993},
  volume={32 2-3},
  pages={
          131-49
        }
}
Cellular composition and lamination of the telencephalic wall (TW) was studied with Golgi impregnation in human embryos before and during the cortical plate formation (5, 6-7 and 7-8 gestational weeks (g.w.)). During this period, the telencephalic wall increased in width and lamination pattern became complex while cellular morphology reflected progressive differentiation. At 5 g.w. (Carnegie stage 16) TW was 140 microns wide and had two zones, marginal (MZ) and ventricular (VZ). It was built… CONTINUE READING

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