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In-text: (Bénazéraf and Pourquié, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Bénazéraf, B. and Pourquié, O., 2013. Formation and Segmentation of the Vertebrate Body Axis. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol., 29(1), pp.1-26.
In-text: (Chapman et al., 2004)
Your Bibliography: Chapman, S., Brown, R., Lees, L., Schoenwolf, G. and Lumsden, A., 2004. Expression analysis of chick Wnt and frizzled genes and selected inhibitors in early chick patterning. Developmental Dynamics, 229(3), pp.668-676.
In-text: (Chapman, Collignon, Schoenwolf and Lumsden, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Chapman, S., Collignon, J., Schoenwolf, G. and Lumsden, A., 2001. Improved method for chick whole‐embryo culture using a filter paper carrier. Developmental Dynamics, 220(3), pp.284-289.
In-text: (Chuai and Weijer, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Chuai, M. and Weijer, C., 2009. Regulation of cell migration during chick gastrulation. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development, 19(4), pp.343-349.
In-text: (Chuai, Hughes and J. Weijer, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Chuai, M., Hughes, D. and J. Weijer, C., 2012. Collective Epithelial and Mesenchymal Cell Migration During Gastrulation. CG, 13(4), pp.267-277.
In-text: (Cui et al., 2005)
Your Bibliography: Cui, C., Yang, X., Chuai, M., Glazier, J. and Weijer, C., 2005. Analysis of tissue flow patterns during primitive streak formation in the chick embryo. Developmental Biology, 284(1), pp.37-47.
In-text: (Hamburger and Hamilton, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Hamburger, V. and Hamilton, H., 1992. A series of normal stages in the development of the chick embryo. Developmental Dynamics, 195(4), pp.231-272.
In-text: (Hardy et al., 2008)
Your Bibliography: Hardy, K., Garriock, R., Yatskievych, T., D'Agostino, S., Antin, P. and Krieg, P., 2008. Non-canonical Wnt signaling through Wnt5a/b and a novel Wnt11 gene, Wnt11b, regulates cell migration during avian gastrulation. Developmental Biology, 320(2), pp.391-401.
In-text: (Iimura, Denans and Pourquié, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Iimura, T., Denans, N. and Pourquié, O., 2009. Establishment of Hox Vertebral Identities in the Embryonic Spine Precursors. Curr Top Dev Biol., 88, pp.201-234.
In-text: (Lawson and Schoenwolf, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Lawson, A. and Schoenwolf, G., 2001. New insights into critical events of avian gastrulation. Anat. Rec., 262(3), pp.238-252.
In-text: (Schoenwolf, Garcia-Martinez and Dias, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Schoenwolf, G., Garcia-Martinez, V. and Dias, M., 1992. Mesoderm movement and fate during avian gastrulation and neurulation. Developmental Dynamics, 193(3), pp.235-248.
In-text: (Shamim and Mason, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Shamim, H. and Mason, I., 1999. Expression of Fgf4 during early development of the chick embryo. Mechanisms of Development, 85(1-2), pp.189-192.
In-text: (Sweetman et al., 2008)
Your Bibliography: Sweetman, D., Wagstaff, L., Cooper, O., Weijer, C. and Münsterberg, A., 2008. The migration of paraxial and lateral plate mesoderm cells emerging from the late primitive streak is controlled by different Wnt signals. BMC Dev Biol, 8(1), p.63.
In-text: (Yang, Dormann, Münsterberg and Weijer, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Yang, X., Dormann, D., Münsterberg, A. and Weijer, C., 2002. Cell Movement Patterns during Gastrulation in the Chick Are Controlled by Positive and Negative Chemotaxis Mediated by FGF4 and FGF8. Developmental Cell, 3(3), pp.425-437.
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