Evaluation of cellular processes and identification of candidate genes critical to corneal epithelial development

@inproceedings{NowakMusial2009EvaluationOC,
  title={Evaluation of cellular processes and identification of candidate genes critical to corneal epithelial development},
  author={Magdalena Maria Nowak-Musial},
  year={2009}
}
The overall aim of this study was to determine factors and mechanisms that underlie the regulation of epithelial patterning and homeostasis during corneal development. Histological staining was performed in chick corneas, embryonic day (ED) 4 to 21, to evaluate changes in the overall epithelial cell morphology, in particular cell shape, cell size and the number of epithelial cell layers. Epithelial differentiation patterns were identified in frozen sections of chicken corneas after… CONTINUE READING

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