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The preservation of the ability of cultured quail coturnix coturnix japonica wing bud mesoderm to elicit a position related differentiative response






Developmental Biology 101(1): 106-115

The preservation of the ability of cultured quail coturnix coturnix japonica wing bud mesoderm to elicit a position related differentiative response

A previous study showed that grafting wedges of fresh anterior quail wing mesoderm into posterior slits of chick wing buds resulted in the formation of rods and nodules of cartilage in a high percentage of cases (B. Carlson, 1983). Here it was determined if a similar response could be elicited by grafting pieces of mesoderm that had been cultured in vitro. When pieces of 1-day cultured anterior mesoderm from stage 17-24 donors were grafted into standard posterior slits of chick [Gallus domesticus] wing buds, the percentages of supernumerary structures differed little from those which formed after the grafting of pieces of fresh mesoderm. In a time series, grafts of stage 22-23 anterior mesoderm which had been cultured for 1-4 days retained the ability to form cartilage after being grafted into posterior locations. A time series showed that the duration of this retention was longer in cultured mesoderm than it was in mesoderm that remains in the donor wing bud.


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