BMP and Hedgehog signaling during the development of scleral ossicles.

@article{Duench2012BMPAH,
  title={BMP and Hedgehog signaling during the development of scleral ossicles.},
  author={Kellie Duench and Tamara Anne Franz-Odendaal},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={365 1},
  pages={251-8}
}
Bone development is a complex process, involving multiple tissues and hierarchical inductive interactions. The study of skeletal development has largely focused on endochondral bones while intramembranous bones, such as the scleral ossicles within the avian eye, have received less attention. Our previous research directly demonstrated the involvement of sonic hedgehog and suggested the involvement of bmp2 and 4 during the development of scleral ossicles. The bones of the sclerotic ring are… CONTINUE READING
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