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From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedSome human organs are composed of bifurcated structures. Two simple branching modes-monopodial and dipodial-have been proposed. With monopodial branching, child branches extend from the sidewall of the parent branch....
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 13, Issue 9) Peer-ReviewedAn elaborate system of ducts collects urine from all nephrons, and this structure is known as the urinary collecting system (UCS). This study focused on how the UCS is formed during human embryogenesis. Fifty human...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 12, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThe pelvic skeleton is formed via endochondral ossification. However, it is not known how the normal cartilage is formed before ossification occurs. Furthermore, the overall timeline of cartilage formation and the...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 14, Issue 8) Peer-ReviewedThe present study aimed to better characterize the morphogenesis of the femur from the embryonic to the early fetal periods. Sixty-two human fetal specimens (crown-rump length [CRL] range: 11.4-185 mm) from the Kyoto...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 15, Issue 9) Peer-ReviewedPositional information on the shoulder girdle (the clavicle and scapula) is important for a better understanding of the function of the upper limb in the locomotive system as well as its associated disease pathogenesis....
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 10, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedThis study aimed to analyze the spatial developmental changes of rat cruciate ligaments by three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction using episcopic fluorescence image capture (EFIC). Cruciate ligaments of Wister rat...
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