Regeneration following somite removal in chick embryos

@article{Liu2004RegenerationFS,
  title={Regeneration following somite removal in chick embryos},
  author={Ai Lian Liu and K. Bagnall},
  journal={Anatomy and Embryology},
  year={2004},
  volume={192},
  pages={459-469}
}
A technique was developed for ensuring complete removal of single somites with minimal damage to surrounding tissues in 2-day-old chick embryos. Histological examination of the site of somite removal at various time intervals after operation revealed that a regeneration mechanism could be triggered. Replacement of the cells that had been removed could occur, but the extent of the replacement was dependent on the immediate fate of the gap created. If the gap was closed by enlargement of the… Expand
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