The arrest of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone neuronal migration in the genetic arhinencephalic mouse embryo (Pdn/Pdn).

@article{Naruse1994TheAO,
  title={The arrest of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone neuronal migration in the genetic arhinencephalic mouse embryo (Pdn/Pdn).},
  author={Ichiro Naruse and Yoshihiro Fukui and Hiromi Keino and Manabu Taniguchi},
  journal={Brain research. Developmental brain research},
  year={1994},
  volume={81 2},
  pages={178-84}
}
From previous observations, it was suggested that non-attachment of the olfactory nerve to the telencephalon blocked the induction of the olfactory bulbs in genetic arhinencephalic mouse embryos (Pdn/Pdn). The olfactory nerve ends in a tangle beneath the forebrain in these embryos. From these observations, we speculated that the migration of luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH) neurons might be disturbed in the olfactory nerve. A mass of LHRH neurons was observed in the end of the… CONTINUE READING