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Pharyngeal arch patterning in the absence of neural crest.

Abstract:

Pharyngeal arches are a prominent and critical feature of the developing vertebrate head. They constitute a series of bulges within which musculature and skeletal elements form; importantly, these tissues derive from different embryonic cell types [1]. Numerous studies have emphasised the role of the cranial neural crest, from which the skeletal components derive, in patterning the pharyngeal arches [2-4]. It has never been clear, however, whether all arch patterning is completely dependent o...

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Journal:
Current biology : CB
Volume:
9
Issue:
24
Pages:
1481-1484
Publication date:
1999
DOI:
EISSN:
1879-0445
ISSN:
0960-9822
URN:
uuid:6f0327c7-66ba-435b-97fa-f6bf48d72264
Source identifiers:
251903
Local pid:
pubs:251903

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