2 edition of Heteroplastic transplantations of embryonic tissues of rabbit and rat. found in the catalog.
Heteroplastic transplantations of embryonic tissues of rabbit and rat.
Allyn J Waterman
Written in English
From the American Journal of Anatomy, 60.
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The book is composed of two main conceptual sections. The first section explores the action and nature of the organizer, while the second section delves into genes and their influence on development. Waddington, C. (Conrad Hal), Organizers, Embryonic Topic Publications Arizona State University.
School of Life Sciences. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This last group encompasses Cohnheim's embryonic rests, Maximow's undifferentiated mesenchymal cell, and, as a current example, persisting mesoderm lining serous cavities (Donna and Betta, ): all constructs of the school that resists the idea of a metaplasia by differentiated cells to form ectopic tissues.
The notion that embryonic behavior Cited by: 1. The issue of regeneration in the central nervous system has acquired a special significance, particularlys in light of recent research on transplantation of nervous tissues. Although this volume is addressed to the transplantation of nervous tissues, it is believed that transplantation and regeneration are intimately by: The Spemann-Mangold organizer, also known as the Spemann organizer, is a cluster of cells in the developing embryo of an amphibian that induces development of the central nervous system.
Hilde Mangold was a PhD candidate who conducted the organizer experiment in under the direction of her graduate advisor, Hans Spemann at the University of Freiburg in Freiburg.
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For an account of the nonnervous elements in the invertebrate nervous system, reference is made to the recent excellent book by Hanstrom (’29). The non-nervous tissue within the central nervous system differentiates along three lines, leading to the formation of three types of structural elements which will be considered in the order named.
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The present invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising human or humanized anti-CD 19 Cited by: A series of papers on rat and rabbit embryonic tissues (, ) indicates that determination and differentiation are basically similar to those in lower forms but technical dificulties have so far prevented comprehensive study.
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