Neurulation in the cranial region--normal and abnormal.

Abstract

Cranial neurulation is the embryonic process responsible for formation of the brain primordium. In the mouse embryo, cranial neurulation is a piecemeal process with several initiation sites and two neuropores. Variation in the pattern of cranial neurulation occurs in different mouse strains, and a simpler version of this morphogenetic scheme has been… (More)

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@article{Copp2005NeurulationIT, title={Neurulation in the cranial region--normal and abnormal.}, author={Andrew J Copp}, journal={Journal of anatomy}, year={2005}, volume={207 5}, pages={623-35} }