Light microscope image of a 0.5 micron section cut through the developing brain tissue (telencephalic hemisphere) of an 11.5 day mouse embryo. This higher magnification image of "Mouse Emb. Brain#10 PEV1" shows an example of the early vascularization of the cerebral cortex: a capillary that has perforated the surface of the telencephalon.
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Marin-Padilla, M. (1985) "Early Vascularization of the Embryonic Cerebral Cortex: Golgi and Electron Microscope Studies", J. Comparative Neurology, 241:237-249
Marin-Padilla, M. and M. Amievo (1989) "Early Neurogenesis of the Mouse Olfactory Nerve: Golgi and Electron Microscope Studies", J. Comparative Neurology, 288:339-352
Source: Louisa Howard, Miguel Marin-Padilla and Dartmouth College
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