Altered BMP signaling disrupts chick diencephalic development

@article{Lim2005AlteredBS,
  title={Altered BMP signaling disrupts chick diencephalic development},
  author={Youngshin Lim and Ginam Cho and Jeremy C. Minarcik and Jeffrey Alan Golden},
  journal={Mechanisms of Development},
  year={2005},
  volume={122},
  pages={603-620}
}
The diencephalon is the caudal part of the forebrain and is organized into easily identifiable clusters of neurons called nuclei. Neurons in different nuclei project to discrete brain regions. Thus precise organization of the nuclei during forebrain development is necessary to build accurate neural circuits. How diencephalic development is regulated is poorly understood. BMP signaling participates in central nervous system patterning and development at many levels along the neural axis. Based… CONTINUE READING
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