Chicken primordial germ cells use the anterior vitelline veins to enter the embryonic circulation

@inproceedings{Bernardo2012ChickenPG,
  title={Chicken primordial germ cells use the anterior vitelline veins to enter the embryonic circulation},
  author={Ana de Melo Bernardo and Kaylee Sprenkels and Gabriela Braga Rodrigues and Toshiaki Noce and Susana M Chuva de Sousa Lopes},
  booktitle={Biology open},
  year={2012}
}
During gastrulation, chicken primordial germ cells (PGCs) are present in an extraembryonic region of the embryo from where they migrate towards the genital ridges. This is also observed in mammals, but in chicken the vehicle used by the migratory PGCs is the vascular system. We have analysed the migratory pathway of chicken PGCs, focusing on the period of transition from the extraembryonic region to the intraembryonic vascular system.Our findings show that at Hamburger and Hamilton… CONTINUE READING
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