Therese Roth, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Life Sciences Institute
The statoacoustic ganglion is a transitory structure in the embryo that is destined to form neurons that innervate the inner ear. This is a picture of a chick SAG that has been grown under conditions to encourage the growth of the neurite processes (red). The blue stain shows the nuclei of the cells.
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