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The possibilities of studying human embryos and foetuses using micro-CT: a technical note

Originální název

The possibilities of studying human embryos and foetuses using micro-CT: a technical note

Anglický název

The possibilities of studying human embryos and foetuses using micro-CT: a technical note

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The purpose of the study was to discover a way to study the internal structure and evolution of human embryos noninvasively. The human embryo was stained with phosphotungstic acid solution (PTA) in ethanol (EPTA) and scanned using a micro computed tomography (micro-CT) scanner. Using appropriate software, a threedimensional image of the embryo was created, which could be further exploited. The methodology described could be used for the non-destructive examination of the internal structure of the human embryo, and the resulting data can be used as a resource for medical students, gynaecologists, and paediatricians.

Anglický abstrakt

The purpose of the study was to discover a way to study the internal structure and evolution of human embryos noninvasively. The human embryo was stained with phosphotungstic acid solution (PTA) in ethanol (EPTA) and scanned using a micro computed tomography (micro-CT) scanner. Using appropriate software, a threedimensional image of the embryo was created, which could be further exploited. The methodology described could be used for the non-destructive examination of the internal structure of the human embryo, and the resulting data can be used as a resource for medical students, gynaecologists, and paediatricians.

BibTex


@article{BUT129042,
  author="Jozef {Kaiser} and Tomáš {Zikmund}",
  title="The possibilities of studying human embryos and foetuses using micro-CT: a technical note",
  annote="The purpose of the study was to discover a way to study the internal structure and evolution of human
embryos noninvasively. The human embryo was stained with phosphotungstic acid solution (PTA) in ethanol
(EPTA) and scanned using a micro computed tomography (micro-CT) scanner. Using appropriate software, a threedimensional image of the embryo was created, which could be further exploited. The methodology described could be used for the non-destructive examination of the internal structure of the human embryo, and the resulting data can be used as a resource for medical students, gynaecologists,
and paediatricians.",
  address="Springer Japan",
  chapter="129042",
  doi="10.1007/s12565-016-0377-3",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer Japan",
  number="2",
  volume="92",
  year="2017",
  month="march",
  pages="299--303",
  publisher="Springer Japan",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}