The extracellular matrix architecture relating to myotendinous pattern formation in the distal part of the developing chick limb: an ultrastructural, histochemical and immunocytochemical analysis.

@article{Hurle1989TheEM,
  title={The extracellular matrix architecture relating to myotendinous pattern formation in the distal part of the developing chick limb: an ultrastructural, histochemical and immunocytochemical analysis.},
  author={Juan M Hurle and Jonathan R. Hinchliffe and Marian A Ros and Matthew A. Critchlow and Jos{\'e}Mar{\'i}a G{\'e}nis-G{\'a}lvez},
  journal={Cell differentiation and development : the official journal of the International Society of Developmental Biologists},
  year={1989},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={
          103-20
        }
}
In the later developmental stages (Hamburger and Hamilton, 25-34) the distal part of the chick leg possesses a distinctive extracellular matrix (ECM) architecture which relates to myotendinous patterning. There are two components: firstly, a system of dorsoventrally oriented fibrils which link the two ectodermal surfaces through the undifferentiated distal mesenchyme and secondly, a 'mesenchyme lamina' originates at the basement membrane distally, but proximally runs through the mesoderm… CONTINUE READING
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