Paper - The developmental origin of the notochord

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Kingsbury BF. The developmental origin of the notochord. (1920) Science. 20;51(1312): 190-3. PMID 17756697

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Mark Hill.jpg This historic 1920 paper by Kingsbury describes the notochord in early embryonic development.


Also by this author: Kingsbury BF. The extent of the floor-plate of His and its significance. (1920) J. Comp. Neural. 32(1): 113–135.

Kingsbury BF. The developmental significance of the mammalian pharyngeal tonsil - Cat. (1932) Amer. J Anat. 50(2): 201-231.

Kingsbury BF. On the fate of the ultimobranchial body within the human thyroid gland. (1935) Anat. Rec. 61(2): 155–173.
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The Developmental Origin of the Notochord

Benjamin Freeman Kingsbury (1872-1946)
Benjamin Freeman Kingsbury (1872-1946)

B. F. Kingsbury