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Revision as of 16:19, 16 March 2013

<mediaplayer width='560' height='600' image="http://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/images/b/b0/Mouse_embryo_E13_microCT_icon.jpg">File:Mouse_embryo_E13_microCT_06.mp4</mediaplayer>

Mouse embryo E13 microCT icon.jpg

Mouse embryo, Theiler stage 21.

Theiler Stage 21 Anterior footplate indented, marked pinna

  • The distal borders of the anterior and posterior footplates are now indented and the digit widths and locations can be discerned.
  • The 'elbow' and 'wrist' are now identifiable.
  • The pinna rapidly develops and forms a crest at right angles to the head.
  • Five rows of vibrissae are visible as well as a prominant hair follicle over the eye and another over the ear.
  • The lens vesicle has lost its lumen.
  • The physiological umbilical hernia is prominent. Absent: hair follicles, distally separate fingers.
  • Embryonic age = 13 dpc (range 12.5-14)
  • 52-55 somite pairs
  • Equivalent Witschi Stage in rat = 29-30
  • Equivalent Carnegie Stage in humans = 18-19


Links: MP4 version | Quicktime version 1.4MB | Quicktime version 5.3MB | Movies | Computed Tomography | Mouse Development

Reference

<pubmed>19545439</pubmed>| PMC2717911 | BMC Physiol.

Copyright

© 2009 Metscher; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


PTA-stained embryo