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XB-ANAT-313

Anatomy Term: glomus
XAO ID: 0000318
Synonyms: glomera, glomerulus, renal corpuscle, corpuscle
Definition: "Multi-tissue structure that is the filtration unit of the pronephric kidney. A glomus is a glomerulus that spans more than one body segment. It is the vascularized filter of the pronephric kidney. Blood is filtered through the glomus and the filtrate deposited into the coelom early in development, or the nephrocoel later in development. The glomus contains podocytes with well developed foot processes that are anatomically indistinguishable from the podocytes of adult glomeruli. The two glomera are linked via a narrow bridge called the glomeral nexus."
Stage Range: NF stage 29 and 30 to NF stage 55
Marker Genes: wt1 cndp2
Antibody: Atp6v1a Ab1
Develops From:
Anatomy Item Stage Range
glomeral mesenchyme NF stage 21 to NF stage 29 and 30
Develops Into:
Anatomy Item Stage Range
glomeral nexus NF stage 37 and 38 to NF stage 54
Parent(s): glomeral mesenchyme

 

Parent(s): multi-tissue structure (is_a) pronephric kidney (part_of)

 


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