Differential participation of ventral and dorsolateral mesoderms in the hemopoiesis of Xenopus, as revealed in diploid-triploid or interspecific chimeras.

@article{Mano1985DifferentialPO,
  title={Differential participation of ventral and dorsolateral mesoderms in the hemopoiesis of Xenopus, as revealed in diploid-triploid or interspecific chimeras.},
  author={Mitsugu Ma{\'e}no and Shin Tochinai and Chiaki Katagiri},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={1985},
  volume={110 2},
  pages={503-8}
}
The thymocytes in the early larvae of Xenopus laevis have been shown to be derived from precursor cells immigrating interstitially through the mesenchyme into the organ rudiments at 3-4 days of age (Nieuwkoop and Faber stages 42-45). Orthotopic grafting of diploid tissues onto triploid stage 22 embryos followed by ploidy analyses of their hemopoietic cells revealed that both thymocytes and erythrocytes in early larvae are derived from the ventral blood islands (VBI), whereas those in late… CONTINUE READING

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