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Improved method for the in vitro study of amphibian neural development utilizing Sykes-Moore chambers

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Muhlach, W.L., Pollack, E.D. Improved method for the in vitro study of amphibian neural development utilizing Sykes-Moore chambers. Tca Manual 4, 875–879 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00918538

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Key words

  • amphibia
  • development
  • neuroembryology
  • nervous tissue
  • Sykes-Moore chamber