Cell and tissue requirements for the gene eed during mouse gastrulation and organogenesis.

Abstract

Mouse embryos homozygous for the allele eed(l7Rn5-3354SB) of the Polycomb Group gene embryonic ectoderm development (eed) display a gastrulation defect in which epiblast cells move through the streak and form extraembryonic mesoderm derivatives at the expense of development of the embryo proper. Here we demonstrate that homozygous mutant ES cells have the… (More)

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@article{MorinKensicki2001CellAT, title={Cell and tissue requirements for the gene eed during mouse gastrulation and organogenesis.}, author={Elizabeth Morin-Kensicki and Cheryl Faust and Christian LaMantia and Thomas Magnuson}, journal={Genesis}, year={2001}, volume={31 4}, pages={142-6} }