Ionic induction of the frog cement-gland cell from presumptive ectodermal tissues.

@article{Yoshizaki1981IonicIO,
  title={Ionic induction of the frog cement-gland cell from presumptive ectodermal tissues.},
  author={Naohito Yoshizaki},
  journal={Journal of embryology and experimental morphology},
  year={1981},
  volume={61},
  pages={249-58}
}
Cells of the superficial layer which had been explanted from the presumptive ectoderm of Rana japonica early gastrulae at stage 10 differentiated into cement-gland cells (CGCs) when cultured in Barth's solution containing 90-130 mM-NaCl, and into common epidermal cells and cilia cells when cultured in a solution containing 20-40 mM-NaCl. They failed to differentiate, however, when cultured in a solution in which NaCl is 15 mM or lower. The optimum condition for inducing the differentiation of… CONTINUE READING

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