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Chicken Primordial Germ Cell (PGC) Migration Model

HH12–13 - yolk sac circulation courses in loop (red arrows) to enter the embryo via the heart. The majority of PGCs (green dots) localized axially at the border between the area opaca and pellucida, where the sinus terminalis converged in the anterior vitelline veins.

HH14–16 - PGCs (green dots) circulated effectively towards the embryo via the sinus terminalis and the anterior vitelline veins towards the heart. Thereafter, the PGCs traffic via the aorta to the caudal part of the embryo and become lodged in the genital ridges.


HH - Hamburger Hamilton Stage


Links: Chicken Development | Genital Development

Reference

<pubmed>23213395</pubmed>| PMC3507194 | Biol Open

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http://bio.biologists.org/content/1/11/1146/F5.expansion.html (panel F cropped from full figure)

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