‘.. On closer inspection the boundary cells, the researchers found strong evidence that the expansion of the edge cell population was expanded only on cells move from an inner region to the edge as the embryo. The cells at the free edge is generated most of the tensile force required for the expansion and towed inside the cells of the epithelium. – ‘These experiments confirm that edge cell proliferation is not the primary mechanism for the expansion of the edge cell population,’said Zamir. ‘And our observation of epithelial – to – mesenchymal transition in the edge cells explains how epithelial epithelial phenotype be be in this fast growing blade migratory birds.
Determined Apart from detailed protein expression in the quail embryo during development, the researchers required the origin of new cells at the migration edge, growing growing yolk. During development, the radius of the quail yolk doubles every day for the first few days what. Hundreds of fold increase in the egg yolk surface – For each individual cell that has to cover the yolk as it grows, the migration around the yolk is extraordinary, because it is a large area would be would be like an ant walking on the earth, explained Zamir.‘develop into Despite the considerable investments by governments about public cord blood banks, help our results the need for even more investment , the additional load of HLA – C typing and an even greater an even larger inventory. Of cord blood units be for adaptation to HLA C is to add to provide the existing pecuniary charge which public cord blood banks. ‘.
To prevent the rejection, human leukocyte antigen – testing will used to ensure that the recipient and dispensers are compatible. The moment adult donors from registers basis of matching of four genes be selected such that the control mesh type – HLA A, C, and DRB1. Yet to this day, thought that cord blood may be differences between donors and recipients, of HLA – the criteria to selection of to tolerate no connection umbilical cord blood is not typically comprise matching HLA C.