A new and reliable technique for transplanting tubal rabbit eggs to the anterior chamber of the eye is described. The growth of the intra-ocular eggs has been studied for up to 120 hr after mating. From the 2- or 4-cell stage, when the eggs were transplanted, to the morula stage, the intra-ocular eggs grew normally. After that stage, the transplanted eggs showed retardation of growth and degenerative changes.
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