Erythroid cell differentiation in unincubated chick blastoderm in culture.

  • Nikolas Zagris
  • Published 1980 in Journal of embryology and experimental morphology


Morphologically distinct erythroid cell types characteristic of the primitive and the definitive erythroid cell lines, and embryonic and adult haemoglobins are produced when the unincubated chick blastoderm is cultured ventral side down on a filter raft to inhibit morphogenetic movements and subsequent primitive-streak formation mechanically in serum-free… (More)


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