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June 01, 2007 (Vol. 27, No. 11)

Long-Term Time-Lapse Studies Focus on Cells

Small-scale Environmental Chamber Allows Real-time Monitoring of Feather Morphogenesis

  • In our lab, we study the development of chicken skin appendages (feathers, scales) as a model for organogenesis. We are interested in characterizing the cellular and molecular activities underlying the developmental process. For this purpose, we commonly grow the skin as explants on culture inserts (Falcon) where time-lapse video ...

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