The behaviour in vitro of epidermal cells from normal and pupoid foetus mutant mouse embryos.

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Pupoid foetus (pf/pf) is a recessive lethal mutation of the mouse causing epidermal hypertrophy and disorganization of peripheral sensory nerves and mesoderm. The comparative behaviour of epidermal cells from normal and pupoid foetus mutant mouse embryos was studied in vitro. Epidermal explants from the snout region of 12.5- to 13-day embryos were grown in… (More)

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@article{Anderson1985TheBI, title={The behaviour in vitro of epidermal cells from normal and pupoid foetus mutant mouse embryos.}, author={Stig Anderson and Dr. D. A. Ede}, journal={Journal of cell science}, year={1985}, volume={79}, pages={305-15} }