Neurulation in the pig embryo

@article{Straaten2000NeurulationIT,
  title={Neurulation in the pig embryo},
  author={Henny W. M. van Straaten and Marian C. E. Peeters and Johan W. M. Hekking and Tette van der Lende},
  journal={Anatomy and Embryology},
  year={2000},
  volume={202},
  pages={75-84}
}
Neurulation is based on a multitude of factors and processes generated both inside and outside the neural plate. Although there are models for a general neurulation mechanism, specific sets of factors and processes have been shown to be involved in neurulation depending on developmental time and rostro-caudal location at which neurulation occurred in the species under investigation. To find a common thread amongst these apparently divergent modes of neurulation another representative mammalian… CONTINUE READING

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