Rates of oxygen uptake by embryonic anterior horn tissue isolated at various developmental stages.

Abstract

Neuroepithelial cells of the presumptive spinal cord (stage 11) consume oxygen, albeit at a low rate. As neurons differentiate in the presumptive motor horns the rate of oxygen consumption increases to approximately 70 mumoles/g wet wt/hr by stage 26. It is suggested that the rate of oxygen consumption per unit volume of neuron then remains constant as… (More)

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@article{Fisher1975RatesOO, title={Rates of oxygen uptake by embryonic anterior horn tissue isolated at various developmental stages.}, author={Kent. R. Fisher and Laura Hertz}, journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={1975}, volume={149 3}, pages={702-6} }