In ovo transplantation of enteric nervous system precursors from vagal to sacral neural crest results in extensive hindgut colonisation.

@article{Burns2002InOT,
  title={In ovo transplantation of enteric nervous system precursors from vagal to sacral neural crest results in extensive hindgut colonisation.},
  author={Alan J Burns and J. M. Delalande and Nicole M. Le Douarin},
  journal={Development},
  year={2002},
  volume={129 12},
  pages={2785-96}
}
The enteric nervous system (ENS) is derived from vagal and sacral neural crest cells (NCC). Within the embryonic avian gut, vagal NCC migrate in a rostrocaudal direction to form the majority of neurons and glia along the entire length of the gastrointestinal tract, whereas sacral NCC migrate in an opposing caudorostral direction, initially forming the nerve of Remak, and contribute a smaller number of ENS cells primarily to the distal hindgut. In this study, we have investigated the ability of… CONTINUE READING

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