EGF , epithelium and Early differentiation and the TGF β superfamily 693

@inproceedings{Mummery1999EGFE,
  title={EGF , epithelium and Early differentiation and the TGF β superfamily 693},
  author={Christine L Mummery and Adriana J. M. van den Eijnden-van Raaij},
  year={1999}
}
Embryonal carcinoma and embryonic stem cells have been very useful models for identifying some of the factors that regulate differentiation in early mammalian development. Here, we present a brief history of their original isolation and characterization and of their later introduction into the Hubrecht Laboratory. We illustrate in a review their contribution to our current understanding of the function of transforming growth factor β and ligands binding to the receptors of a related factor… CONTINUE READING

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