Development of the spatial pattern of retinoic acid receptor-beta transcripts in embryonic chick facial primordia.

@article{Rowe1992DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the spatial pattern of retinoic acid receptor-beta transcripts in embryonic chick facial primordia.},
  author={Albert H. Rowe and Joy M Richman and Paul M. Brickell},
  journal={Development},
  year={1992},
  volume={114 3},
  pages={805-13}
}
Retinoic acid causes a range of embryonic defects, including craniofacial abnormalities, in both birds and mammals and is believed to have a number of roles in normal development. We have previously shown that the distribution of retinoic acid receptor-beta (RAR-beta) transcripts is spatially restricted within the neural-crest-derived upper beak primordia of the chick embryo. We have now used in situ hybridisation to trace the distribution of RAR-beta transcripts during the migration of cranial… CONTINUE READING

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