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Gallera method of chick embryo culture in vitro supports better growth compared with original New method

, : Gallera method of chick embryo culture in vitro supports better growth compared with original New method. Development, Growth & Differentiation 50(6): 437-442

An avian embryo is a valuable model system for vertebrate embryology. Easy availability, accessibility to various developmental stages and amenability of organ fields makes the chick embryo one of the favored model systems. Seminal discoveries regarding organogenesis and vertebrate morphogenesis have been made using chick embryos cultured in vitro. Dennis A.T. New revolutionized chick embryo culture methodology with his development of a single glass ring explantation technique. Many modifications and/or embellishments were introduced after the New era of embryo culture. A double glass ring method for chick embryo culture introduced by Gallera and Nicolet is compared with the original New method and the EASY method in this study. In addition, a video of culture methods is presented as a valuable tool in learning about and/or teaching techniques of chick embryo culture.


PMID: 18638167

DOI: 10.1111/j.1440-169X.2008.01048.x

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