Rhombomere development in a reptilian embryo.

@article{Pritz1999RhombomereDI,
  title={Rhombomere development in a reptilian embryo.},
  author={M B Pritz},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={411 2},
  pages={317-26}
}
  • M B Pritz
  • Published 1999 in The Journal of comparative neurology
Rhombomere development was investigated in a reptile, Alligator mississippiensis, using a variety of methodologies: cytoarchitecture (cresyl violet), histochemistry (peanut agglutinin), immunocytochemistry (antibodies to acetylated tubulin, vimentin, calretinin, and acetylcholinesterase), and external and internal morphology of wholemount embryos. Rhombomere boundaries form sequentially until 8 rhombomeres are present at stage 8. From stage 11 onwards, rhombomere borders fade. When present… CONTINUE READING

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