Early- and late-migrating cranial neural crest cell populations have equivalent developmental potential in vivo.

@article{Baker1997EarlyAL,
  title={Early- and late-migrating cranial neural crest cell populations have equivalent developmental potential in vivo.},
  author={Clare V. H. Baker and Marianne Bronner-Fraser and Nicole M. Le Douarin and M. A. Teillet},
  journal={Development},
  year={1997},
  volume={124 16},
  pages={3077-87}
}
We present the first in vivo study of the long-term fate and potential of early-migrating and late-migrating mesencephalic neural crest cell populations, by performing isochronic and heterochronic quail-to-chick grafts. Both early- and late-migrating populations form melanocytes, neurons, glia, cartilage and bone in isochronic, isotopic chimeras, showing… CONTINUE READING