Twisted story of eye migration in flatfish.

@article{Saele2006TwistedSO,
  title={Twisted story of eye migration in flatfish.},
  author={Oystein Saele and Heidd{\'i}s Sm{\'a}rad{\'o}ttir and Karin A. Pittman},
  journal={Journal of morphology},
  year={2006},
  volume={267 6},
  pages={730-8}
}
Early molecular markers for flatfish metamorphosis and eye migration must be linked to the ethmoid region, the earliest part of the flatfish cranium to change, as well as chondral and dermal ossification processes. Serial sections, morphological landmarks, and stereology were used to determine where and when the remodeling of tissues and asymmetry occurs in the head region of metamorphosing Atlantic halibut, Hippoglossus hippoglossus. Not all parts of the head remodel or migrate, and those that… CONTINUE READING