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Epithelial cell death and cyclic AMP increase during palatal development

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Mar 1, 1975

R M Pratt, G R Martin

PMID: 165490

Abstract

Cyclic AMP levels increase abruptly in the secondary palatal shelf (mesenchyme plus a two- to three-cell-layered epithelium) between day 15 and 16 of gestation in the rat embryo. The addition of dibutyryl cyclic AMP to the media in which immature palatal shelves (day 14) are cultured ca...read more

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Structure of Papilla Incisiva of Mouth
Cessation of Life
Gestational Age
Neoglycoproteins
Cyclic AMP, (R)-Isomer
Epithelial Cells
Bucladesine, Barium (1: 1) Salt
DNA, Double-Stranded
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Epithelial cell death and cyclic AMP increase during palatal development

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

Mar 1, 1975

R M Pratt, G R Martin

PMID: 165490

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Abstract

Cyclic AMP levels increase abruptly in the secondary palatal shelf (mesenchyme plus a two- to three-cell-layered epithelium) between day 15 and 16 of gestation in the rat embryo. The addition of dibutyryl cyclic AMP to the media in which immature palatal shelves (day 14) are cultured ca...read more

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Epithelial Cells
Bucladesine, Barium (1: 1) Salt
DNA, Double-Stranded

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