Intermittent pattern of neural tube closure in two strains of mice.


Development of the neural tube is often described as a continuous process that begins in the cervical region of the embryo and proceeds both rostrally and caudally. Examination of neural tube closure in the cranial region of LM/Bc and SWV/Bc mice revealed an intermittent pattern with four distinct areas of closure. Closure I begins at the level of somites 1… (More)


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