Directions of Melanoblast Migration in Embryonic Mouse Skin
(E9.5 to E17.5)
- Pink - epithelium
- black dots - dermal fibroblasts
- blue ovals - melanoblasts
- red dots - dermal condensate/DP.
<pubmed>16277556</pubmed>| PLoS Biol.
Citation: Millar SE (2005) An Ideal Society? Neighbors of Diverse Origins Interact to Create and Maintain Complex Mini-Organs in the Skin. PLoS Biol 3(11): e372. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0030372
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|current||09:17, 29 September 2009||600 × 210 (40 KB)||S8600021||Figure 2. Schematic Depiction of Directions of Melanoblast Migration in Embryonic Mouse Skin from E9.5 to E17.5 Journal.pbio.0030372.g002.png Pink, epithelium; black dots, dermal fibroblasts; blue ovals, melanoblasts; red dots, dermal condensate/DP.|
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