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Human Embryo Carnegie Stage 17 Optical Projection Tomography (OPT) Model

  • The embryo was staged as CS17, which is approximately 41 days of development.
  • The developing central nervous system (CNS) is clearly visible even in the external view of the CS17 model.
  • Differences in autofluorescence within the CNS and among different organs are also apparent.
  • There is very little detail in the developing liver compared to the CNS.
  • Blood vessels, dorsal root ganglia and developing vertebrae are clearly visible.

Reference

<pubmed>15298700</pubmed>| PMC514604 | BMC Neurosci.


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