This paper describes a technique for transplanting early postimplantation mouse embryos from their own implantation site to a decidua in another pregnant mouse. Evidence is provided that this procedure is compatible with their continued development. At a low frequency both 6th and 7th day embryos can re-establish themselves and continue apparently normal development and placentation for at least 6–8 days.
The development of 12th to 14th day foetuses following reimplantation of pre- and early-primitive streak-stage mouse embryos
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R. S. P. Beddington; The development of 12th to 14th day foetuses following reimplantation of pre- and early-primitive streak-stage mouse embryos. Development 1 August 1985; 88 (1): 281–291. doi: https://doi.org/10.1242/dev.88.1.281
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