University of Göttingen, Germany.
Prof. Christoph Viebahn (Head of Embryology Department).
Prof. Eric Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992)
|The Blechschmidt Collection, named for Erich Blechschmidt (1904 – 1992), developed methods of human embryo reconstruction from serial sections and generated large models describing the embryonic period of human development. The models include whole surface views as well as detailed views of embryo internal structures.
This collection has been the first of the DEC to be scanned and has been a testbed for the equipment, slide preparation and associated documentation. Based upon these results we have now developed a set of standard protocols for future collection scanning. My special thanks to Hannes Sydow, who has been involved with the many technical aspects of collection scanning.
|Anatomische Gesellschaft (Gottingen 2016)||Blechschmidt collection HDD|
2017 Test Image Link
- 2.57 mm sagittal - 22 slides total 23 (1954-08-10)
- 3.4 mm sagittal - 82 slides total 87 (1954-04-09)
- 4 mm sagittal - 3 slides total 4 (1951-05-05)
- 5.8 mm frontal - 54 slides total 77 (1954-09-20)
- 6.5 mm sagittal - 40 slides total 40 (1953-09-29)
- 11 mm frontal - 29 slides total 76 (1951-09-01)
This only in a trial, final database will vary from this draft test structure. Current total database size of Blechschmidt trial 39.22 GB.
- Folder - Each embryo has own folder with the original embryo name (date).
- Project Details - CRL in mm and total number of slides available (from catalogue).
- Tag - Plane of embryo section (Sagittal, Frontal, Transverse). Collection name (Blechschmidt).
- Slide - Slide number as described in file name (Trial - Not all scanned slides are currently uploaded).
11 mm frontal - 29 slides total 76 (1951-09-01)
This is the macro image JPG of slide003 in this set. Directly exported to desktop from database, It has not been modified.
Direct link to slide in database - Slide003 macro image
1963_05_06 55 slides total
University of Göttingen
- Dept. of Anatomy and Embryology
- The Human Embryology Collection
- Collections of the University Medical Center
- The Blumenbach Skull Collection
- BLECHSCHMIDT & (1954) [Reconstruction method by using synthetic substances; a process for investigation and demonstration of developmental movements]. Z Anat Entwicklungsgesch ;118:170-4. PMID: 13227045.
Book - The prenatal developmental stages of man. An Introduction to Human Embryology. Karger, Basel 1960 (German-English parallel text).
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Note - Publication list is sorted into chronological order and the square brackets indicate that these are published in German language.
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