The effect of heparin upon differentiation of ventral halves of frog gastrulae
Culture of ventral halves of frog early gastrulae in heparin results in differentiation of dorsal tissues, e.g., brain, muscle, nephric tubules, and heparin stimulates the accumulation of labeled DNA and RNA.
Key wordsEmbryonic induction Heparin
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