Cell movements and cell fate during zebrafish gastrulation.

@article{Ho1992CellMA,
  title={Cell movements and cell fate during zebrafish gastrulation.},
  author={Robert K. Ho},
  journal={Development (Cambridge, England). Supplement},
  year={1992},
  pages={65-73}
}
  • Robert K. Ho
  • Published 1992 in Development (Cambridge, England). Supplement
The early lineages of the zebrafish are indeterminate and a single cell labeled before the late blastula period will contribute progeny to a variety of tissues. Therefore, early cell lineages in the zebrafish do not establish future cell fates and early blastomeres must necessarily remain pluripotent. Eventually, after a period of random cell mixing, individual cells do become tissue restricted according to their later position within the blastoderm. The elucidation of a fate map for the… CONTINUE READING

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