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XB-ART-45522
Dev Biol June 1, 2012; 366 (1): 22-33.

Neural crest induction at the neural plate border in vertebrates.

Milet C , Monsoro-Burq AH .


Abstract
The neural crest is a transient and multipotent cell population arising at the edge of the neural plate in vertebrates. Recent findings highlight that neural crest patterning is initiated during gastrulation, i.e. earlier than classically described, in a progenitor domain named the neural border. This chapter reviews the dynamic and complex molecular interactions underlying neural border formation and neural crest emergence.

PubMed ID: 22305800
Article link: Dev Biol



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