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Emergence of neuronal diversity during vertebrate brain development

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Nov 12, 2019

Bushra RajAlexander Franz F Schier

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Neurogenesis in the vertebrate brain comprises many steps ranging from the proliferation of progenitors to the differentiation and maturation of neurons. Although these processes are highly regulated, the landscape of transcriptional changes and progenitor identities underlying brain de...read more

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Biological Markers
Brain
Cell Differentiation Process
Embryo
Fertility
Gene Expression
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Hypothalamic Structure
Larva
Neurons
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Emergence of neuronal diversity during vertebrate brain development

bioRxiv

Nov 12, 2019

Bushra RajAlexander Franz F Schier

DOI: 10.1101/839860

Abstract

Neurogenesis in the vertebrate brain comprises many steps ranging from the proliferation of progenitors to the differentiation and maturation of neurons. Although these processes are highly regulated, the landscape of transcriptional changes and progenitor identities underlying brain de...read more

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