Calcium transients and neural induction in vertebrates.


Evidence indicates that a variety of different types of Ca2+ transients (i.e., standing gradients, pulses and propagating waves) may be occurring both simultaneously and sequentially during neural induction in vertebrate embryos. Transients have been observed in the dorsal marginal zone and in the presumptive neural ectoderm, suggesting that they may be… (More)


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