Latex beads as probes of a neural crest pathway: effects of laminin, collagen, and surface charge on bead translocation

Abstract

In the trunk region of avian embryos, neural crest cells migrate along two pathways: dorsally just under the ectoderm, and ventrally between the neural tube and the somites. Previous work from this laboratory has shown that uncoated latex beads are able to translocate along the ventral neural crest pathway after injection into young embryos; however, beads… (More)

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@article{BronnerFraser1984LatexBA, title={Latex beads as probes of a neural crest pathway: effects of laminin, collagen, and surface charge on bead translocation}, author={Marianne Bronner-Fraser}, journal={The Journal of Cell Biology}, year={1984}, volume={98}, pages={1947 - 1960} }