Chondrogenic potential of chick embryonic calvaria: I. Low calcium permits cartilage differentiation.


Calvaria from day-14 calcium-deficient chick embryos produced by long-term maintenance in shell-less culture, exhibit a cartilage-like phenotype (Jacenko and Tuan [1986] Dev. Biol. 115:215-232), which is restored to an osteogenic phenotype upon calcium repletion to the embryo. The expression of cartilage markers in a typically osteogenic tissue under… (More)


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