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Primary Human Embryo Neural Crest Cell Migration (in vitro)
- A Human neural tube (NT) from an embryo at Carnegie stage 13.
- B After 16 h, most hNCC have migrated away from the dorsal NT.
- C The intact NT is detached from the culture dish.
- D An enriched hNCC population remains, phenotypically similar to murine or avian NCC.
- E Empirical evaluation of hNCC migration (none to few, some and many) from 31 explanted neural tubes. Third-order polynomial regressions reflect the rostral-to-caudal temporal maturation gradient of the human NT and maturation of NCC. Peaks occur during Carnegie stage 11 at cephalic levels, and during late Carnegie stage 12 at rostral trunk levels (segments extending from somites 5 through the last-formed somite pair).
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|current||13:29, 31 August 2010||1,280 × 959 (163 KB)||S8600021||==Primary Human Embryo Neural Crest Cell Migration (in vitro)== (A) Human neural tube (NT) from an embryo at Carnegie stage (C)13. (B) After 16 h, most hNCC have migrated away from the dorsal NT. (C) The intact NT is detached from the culture dish.|