Mesoderm movement and fate during avian gastrulation and neurulation.

  title={Mesoderm movement and fate during avian gastrulation and neurulation.},
  author={Gary C Schoenwolf and Virginio Garc{\'i}a-Mart{\'i}nez and Mark S. Dias},
  journal={Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists},
  volume={193 3},
Quail/chick transplantation chimeras were constructed during stages of gastrulation and neurulation to follow the subsequent movement and fate of cells of the primitive streak. All grafts were placed solely within the confines of the primitive streak to prevent confusion between cells that had not yet ingressed and those that had already ingressed, and transplanted cells were distinguished from host cells on the basis of a naturally occurring cell marker. Pathways of movement of ingressing… CONTINUE READING
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