Healing modes correlate with visuotectal pattern formation in regenerating embryonic Xenopus retina.

@article{Ide1987HealingMC,
  title={Healing modes correlate with visuotectal pattern formation in regenerating embryonic Xenopus retina.},
  author={Charles F. Ide and L M Wunsh and Pierre Lecat and D. Kahn and Eberhard N{\"o}lke},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={1987},
  volume={124 2},
  pages={
          316-30
        }
}
  • Charles F. Ide, L M Wunsh, +2 authors Eberhard Nölke
  • Published in Developmental biology 1987
  • Biology, Medicine
  • After removal of the nasal or the temporal two-thirds of the embryonic (stage 32) eye, the remaining one-third sized fragment undergoes wound healing and then, in most cases, regenerates to form a new eye. Using gross anatomy and histology techniques, we categorized eye fragments into three healing mode categories over the first 24 hr after surgery (stage 37-38). Representative animals were reared through metamorphosis and their visuotectal projections were assayed using standard… CONTINUE READING

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