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Neural crest: facing the facts of head development

Trends in Genetics : TIG

Jul 27, 2002

D Chambers, Imelda M McGonnell

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The cranial neural crest originates at the dorsal margin of the neural tube and produces migratory cells that populate various locations in the head. They are a crucial factor in the development of the vertebrate head because they give rise to numerous differentiated cell types, includi...read more

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Fibroblast Growth Factor 8b
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Neural crest: facing the facts of head development

Trends in Genetics : TIG

Jul 27, 2002

D Chambers, Imelda M McGonnell

PMID: 12141999

DOI: 10.1016/s0168-9525(02)02733-6

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