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Summary

(A) Schematic representations of a lateral view of E10.5 mouse neural tube where diencephalic territories (yellow) have been represented following columnar (above) and prosomeric (below) models.

(B) Scanning electron microscope image showing a lateral view of E10.5 mouse neural tube where the main neural segments and planar secondary organizers are represented.

Abbreviations: anr, anterior neural ridge; Di, diencephalon; Eth, epithalamus; Hy, hypothalamus; IsO, isthmic organizer; M, mesencephalon; PT, pretectum; Rh, rhombencephalon; Tel, telencephalon; Th, thalamus; VTh (PTh), ventral thalamus (prethalamus); ZLI, zona limitans intrathalamica.

Martinez-Ferre A & Martinez S. (2012). Molecular regionalization of the diencephalon. Front Neurosci , 6, 73. PMID: 22654731 DOI.

Copyright: © 2012 Martinez-Ferre and Martinez. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License, which permits non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in other forums, provided the original authors and source are credited.

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