Coordination of cell proliferation and anterior-posterior axis establishment in the mouse embryo.

@article{Stuckey2011CoordinationOC,
  title={Coordination of cell proliferation and anterior-posterior axis establishment in the mouse embryo.},
  author={Daniel W. Stuckey and Melanie P. Clements and Aida Di-Gregorio and Claire E. Senner and Paul R Le Tissier and S. Srivatsa Srinivas and Tristan A Rodr{\'i}guez},
  journal={Development},
  year={2011},
  volume={138 8},
  pages={1521-30}
}
During development, the growth of the embryo must be coupled to its patterning to ensure correct and timely morphogenesis. In the mouse embryo, migration of the anterior visceral endoderm (AVE) to the prospective anterior establishes the anterior-posterior (A-P) axis. By analysing the distribution of cells in S phase, M phase and G2 from the time just prior to the migration of the AVE until 18 hours after its movement, we show that there is no evidence for differential proliferation along the A… CONTINUE READING

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