Highly reproducible spatiotemporal patterns of mammalian embryonic movements at the developmental stage of the earliest spontaneous motility.

@article{Suzue1999HighlyRS,
  title={Highly reproducible spatiotemporal patterns of mammalian embryonic movements at the developmental stage of the earliest spontaneous motility.},
  author={Toshihiko Suzue and Yo Shinoda},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={1999},
  volume={11 8},
  pages={
          2697-710
        }
}
The principles underlying the variations in patterns of mammalian embryonic movements have not been established. In an attempt to clarify the mechanism that is responsible for the variations in motor patterns, we carried out a precise quantitative spatiotemporal analysis of movements in mouse embryos, using a transplacental perfusion method for the in vitro maintenance of live mammalian embryos. Episodes of spontaneous movements at the inception of motility, at embryonic day 12.5, occurred once… CONTINUE READING
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