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Force Gradient During Embryogenesis Recruits Cells to Hindgut

News   Jan 17, 2019 | Original story by Holly Evarts, Columbia University in the City of New York

 
Embryonic Chick Study Reveals How Cells are Recruited to Form Hindgut

Tracks of endoderm cell movements from time lapse experiments studying how these cells are internalized to form the hindgut in a developing chick embryo; time is encoded in track color from 0 hours (purple) to 16 hours (white). Image credit: Columbia University in the City of New York

 
 
 

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