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Evolution of the Neural Crest

AuthorsBarrallo-Gimeno, Alejandro; Nieto, M. Ángela
Issue Date2006
CitationNeural Crest Induction and Differentiation, Cap. 15: 235-244 (2004)
SeriesAdvances in Experimental medicine and Biology
AbstractThe recent advances in studies of the neural crest in vertebrates and the analysis of basal chordates using molecular and embryological approaches have demonstrated that at least part of the genetic programs and the cellular behavior were in place in nonvertebT-ate chordates before the neural crest evolved. Nevertheless, both the missing aspects and the close similarities found could explain why basal chordates lack a bona fide neural crest population, even though some migratory neurons and pigment cells have been recently identified in ascidians and amphioxus.
Description10 páginas, 1 figura.-- Editado por Jean-Pierre Saint-Jeannet.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-46954-6
Appears in Collections:(IN) Libros y partes de libros
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