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Expression of genes encoding bone morphogenetic proteins and sonic hedgehog in talpid (ta3) limb buds: Their relationships in the signalling cascade involved in limb patterning
The chicken mutant talpid3 (ta3) has polydactylous limbs with up to 7–8 morphologically similar digits. This lack of antero–posterior polarity in digit pattern is correlated with symmetricalExpand
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DEVELOPMENTAL ABNORMALITIES IN THE HEAD REGION OF THE TALPID MUTANT OF THE FOWL.
  • D. Ede, W. A. Kelly
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of embryology and experimental morphology
  • 1 March 1964
The abnormal fowl embryos known as talpids are so called because of their short spade-like wings, which somewhat resemble the fore-limbs of the mole ( Talpa ). The condition was discovered by ColeExpand
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DEVELOPMENTAL ABNORMALITIES IN THE TRUNK AND LIMBS OF THE TALPID3 MUTANT OF THE FOWL.
  • D. Ede, W. A. Kelly
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of embryology and experimental morphology
  • 1 June 1964
Three talpid mutants have been described in the fowl, all of which are characterized by lethal embryonic abnormalities. As explained in a previous paper (Ede & Kelly, 1964), Cole9s talpid and talpidExpand
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Control of somite number in normal and amputated mutant mouse embryos: an experimental and a theoretical analysis.
A regulation is shown for size and number of serially repeated axial structures, the somites, in a mammalian embryo. The mammalian embryo is normally inaccessible to operation at post-implantationExpand
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Cell death and the development of limb form and skeletal pattern in normal and wingless (ws) chick embryos.
  • J. Hinchliffe, D. Ede
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of embryology and experimental morphology
  • 1 December 1973
The wingless condition resulting from the action of the sex-linked wingless ( ws ) gene arises from the precocious appearance of cell death in the anterior necrotic zone (ANZ) of the forelimb-bud atExpand
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A scanning electron microscope study of the early limb-bud in normal and talpid3 mutant chick embryos.
Scanning electron microscope studies, supported by transmission electron microscope and light microscope observations, have been made of the wing-bud apex in the region of the apical ectodermal ridgeExpand
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Control of form and pattern in the vertebrate limb.
  • D. Ede
  • Medicine
  • Symposia of the Society for Experimental Biology
  • 1971
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Cell movement and adhesion in the developing chick wing bud: studies on cultured mesenchyme cells from normal and talpid mutant embryos.
Mesenchyme fragments from early wing buds of normal and talpid3 mutant chick embryos were explanted for culture in plastic Petri dishes and the behaviour of individual cells as they moved out on toExpand
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Fibroblast growth factors 2 and 4 stimulate migration of mouse embryonic limb myogenic cells
Fibroblast growth factors (FGFs) are believed to be vital for limb outgrowth and patterning during embryonic development. Although the effect of FGFs on the formation of the skeletal elements hasExpand
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Cell behaviour and embryonic development.
  • D. Ede
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The International journal of neuroscience
  • 1 April 1972
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