“Lost” axons - chick interneurons labeled with green fluorescent protein are transplanted from older into younger embryos. Encountering unfamiliar territory, axons create these trails as they try to recognize their pre-programmed trajectory. Technique : Confocal microscopy
Dr. Richard Wingate MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology King’s College London, England, UK

“Lost” axons - chick interneurons labeled with green fluorescent protein are transplanted from older into younger embryos.
Encountering unfamiliar territory, axons create these trails as they try to recognize their pre-programmed trajectory.
Technique : Confocal microscopy

Dr. Richard Wingate
MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology
King’s College London, England, UK

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